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09
Nov

Top Tips on Dealing with Fallen Leaves

Fallen leaves are a problem which all gardeners face at this time of year – but what’s the best way to deal with them? Here Madingley Mulch, garden mulch suppliers based on the edge of Cambridge, offer some top tips on what to do about this natural ‘windfall’. Rake Them Up You should always leave […]

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09
Nov

Encouraging Wildlife to Thrive in Your Garden this Winter

It can be tempting to clear everything away in your garden for the winter months – but while you have tidied up your plants and shrubs, what about the wildlife that lives there? They will be having a tough time coping not just with the lower temperatures but also the lack of food. Madingley Mulch, […]

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27
Jan

Five Top Gardening Trends for 2020

It’s that time of the year again when gardeners all across the country are planning for the year ahead. But what plants and features should you be looking to include as we enter a new decade? Madingley Mulch have put together some of the key features that experts are forecasting to be popular with gardeners […]

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16
Dec

The First Garden Jobs for the New Year

All gardens need a little maintenance throughout the year, and in the winter that includes planning for the year ahead, checking boundaries and pruning. Although the garden might be the last place you want to be in winter, there are plenty of jobs which you could and should be doing early in the New Year […]

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27
Sep

The Best Plants to Grow in Your Garden in Autumn

Just because the peak summer growing season is over, it doesn’t mean that gardeners can afford to put their feet up and relax. Autumn is a critical time of year for planting, whether for the remainder of this year or to give yourself a head start in the spring. Madingley Mulch supply high-quality garden compost, […]

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20
Aug

Five Top Tips for Effective Weed Control

Weeds are the bane of any gardener’s life – not only do they look unsightly, but they also can inhibit the growth of your flowers and shrubs by depriving them of valuable soil nutrients. Madingley Mulch provide a wide range of gardening supplies to customers in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and Suffolk, as well as our […]

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19
Aug

How to Create a Pet-Friendly Garden

Many families love their pets just as much as their gardens, but the two don’t always go together well. Pets can do a lot of damage to plants, and vice versa – dogs and cats could eat flowers and shrubs which may be potentially poisonous. Madingley Mulch supply soil conditioners to customers in Cambridge and […]

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27
Jul

Five Top Tips for Making Your Patio Stand Out

In the summer, everyone likes to spend some time outside in the garden. A patio can act as an outdoor living space where you can eat, read and relax in the fresh air – and it becomes even more enticing if you add a few finishing touches to make it look distinctive. Madingley Mulch supply […]

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26
Jul

Which Decorative Stone is Best for your Garden?

One of the key ways in which you can make your garden stand out is by introducing adding decorative stones to it. But there are plenty of different varieties to choose from – so which one is best for you? Madingley Mulch supply decorative garden stones to customers in Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Suffolk. […]

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15
Jun

Top Trends from This Year’s Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Show, an annual event organised by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), is the jewel in the British gardening crown. Medals here are among the most sought-after across the whole of the UK. The show also acts as an inspiration to horticulturalists across the country. At Madingley Mulch, as garden supplies specialists in […]

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