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What is a Water Footprint?

Controlling your water footprint is one of the most important things you can do. More people are becoming aware of the dangers and consequences that can happen by using too much water and as a result, they are changing their ways. Read on if you want to make a change and help reduce your water […]

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Well Known Companies That Switched to Artificial Grass

Disneyland Disneyland Paris, Disneyland California and Disneyland Florida have all changed the grass inside the parks to artificial grass. This change in scenery will not only cut down the water usage throughout the park, but the daily maintenance costs will significantly decrease. The amount of people that attend the parks daily is in the thousands, […]

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Environmental Benefits when Switching to Artificial Grass

Artificial grass without a doubt looks incredible and well kept all year round. The perfect colour of green and the precise length makes your garden look faultless. But does this beauty come at the price of the environment? The answer is no, and throughout this blog you will understand why artificial grass has become a […]

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Is Nomow Environmentally Friendly?

Our customers often want to know whether Nomow artificial turf is environmentally friendly before they make a purchase. We can say in confidence that installing Nomow can benefit the environment in a range of ways. While replacing real grass with artificial turf may not feel like the most natural thing in the world, you may […]

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5 Tips For An Eco-Friendly Garden

While it may seem like there is nothing greener than doing a bit of gardening, some aspects of our gardens can have a big impact on the environment. From the huge water wastage caused by hosepipes to the presence of carbon emissions produced by petrol-powered lawn mowers, there are a number of practises that can […]

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What Kind of Gardener Are You?

A new study into how people water their gardens has identified six different types of gardener, ranging from gardeners with ‘nothing to water’ to ‘high tech’ gardeners using top of the range watering systems. The findings, which were published in the Journal of Water Supply, were part of a wide-ranging study into water usage in […]

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National Allotment Week 4-10th August

It’s National Allotment Week and there has never been a better time to put your best foot forward and celebrate the enduring nature of the allotment movement. The week, which is arranged by the NSALG (National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners), is celebrated in August each year and aims to raise awareness of allotments […]

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Global Warming – Floods, Storms & Droughts to Increase

According to a recent report, unseasonal rains, floods and droughts are just a few of the key risks that we can expect to see more of in the future. The comprehensive report, which is the first of its kind, was released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and was put together by more than […]

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Tips for Building a Rooftop Garden

Gardeners without back gardens, go vertical!! Urban gardeners everywhere are looking to the skies to create their very own rooftop oasis and there are plenty of great reasons why! A rooftop garden is a great way to enjoy all the benefits of gardening without the need for vast amounts of land. Transforming a roof space […]

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