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Wild Bird Food – Sunflower Hearts 2.5kg

Get Sunflower Hearts To Feed The Birds In Your Garden. Packed With Energy And Huskless, Marshalls Sunflower Hearts Are Wholly Edible Which Means You Get No Mess And Optimum Food For Charming Garden Birds Like Finches And Blue Tits.attractive To Small Flocks Of Blue Tits And Great Tits -birds So Full Of Charm And Character, You’ll Help Increase Their Numbers By Helping Them To Survive The Cold And Bitter Winters.fill Feeders At Least Five Times With These Sunflowers. We Recommend You Scatter Some On Bird Tables For Birds That Prefer To Perch Like Robins And Blackbirds.

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Wild Bird Food – Nyger Seed 12.55kg

Feed Your Garden Birds Nyger Seeds; They Are Full Of Energy And Contain Essential Oils For Really Healthy, Well-formed And Colourful Feathers.much Loved By Colourful And Charming Goldfinches Nyger Seeds Attract Flocks Of These Birds To Your Garden Filling Your Garden With Life.excellent-value Seeds Will Last Through A Whole Season – Great News For Vulnerable Garden Birds Dependent On A Reliable Food Source To Keep Them Alive, Especially Over Winter.fill Specially-designed Nyger Feeders With Nyger Seed And Watch Delightful Finches Flock To Your Garden, Bringing It Alive.

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Wild Bird Food – Peanuts 12.55kg

Buy Whole Peanuts From Unwins For Your Garden Birds Over Winter. They Are An Excellent Source Of Energy For Colourful And Charming Garden Birds Like Finches, Tits And Even Woodpeckers.our Peanuts Are Carefully Sourced, Tracked And Cleaned To Rid Dust And Provide Birds With A Healthy Food Source.we Recommend You Put Peanuts In Special Peanut Feeders For Flocks Of Birds To Feed At Any One Time. So Many Bird Species Enjoy Peanuts You Can Watch Them All, In All Colours And Characters Come Into Your Garden To Feed.feed The Birds With Peanuts Over Winter And They Are Likely To Stick Around In Spring And Feed On Aphids And Caterpillars. This Keeps Your Flowers Healthy And Pest-free.

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Wild Bird Food – Peanuts 2.5kg

whole Peanuts Dedicatedly Sourcedwholesome Food Sourcehigh In Energrydescription: Stock Up Whole Peanuts From Unwins For The Colourful Birds In Your Garden Over Winter. They Are High In Energy, Perfect So The Health And Wellbeing Of The Charming Garden Birds Like Woodpeckers And Tits.feed The Birds With Peanuts From Autumn To Spring And They Will Stay In Residence In Spring To Feed On Plant Pests Like Caterpillars Keeping Your Flowers Uneaten And Unharmed.our Peanuts Are Dedicatedly Sourced, Tracked And Cleaned To Eliminate Dust And Give Birds A Wholesome Food Source.we Suggest You Put Peanuts In Designated Peanut Feeders For Small Groups Of Birds To Feed At Any One Time. Lots Of Bird Species Enjoy Peanuts You’ll Be Able To Enjoy Seeing Them All In All Their Colour And Character.

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Wild Bird Food – Sunflower Hearts 12.55kg

Enjoy Watching Flocks Of Birds Gravitate To Your Garden With This Popular Bird Food Loved By Finches And Tits Such As Colourful Blue Tits And Great Tits. Just One 12.5kg Bag Is Enough To See Birds Surviving Months Of Adverse Weather – Whether In The Grip Of Winter Or High Summer.watching Your Garden Birds Feeding On Sunflowers Lifts Spirits So Much. Seeing Birds Animated And Full Of Character Really Adds To Your Garden And You Are Helping Them Survive Too, Improving The Outlook Of Our Much-loved Uk Wildlife.sunflowers Hearts Are Husk-free So There Is No Mess To Your Garden With Discarded Seed Cases. Sunflower Hearts Are 100% Edible So Provide A No-waste Excellent Food Source For Birds Like Chaffinches, Greenfinches And Even Pretty Nuthatches. place Sunflower Hearts In Special Feeders And Watch Birds Flock To Them. Alternative Scatter Some On Your Bird Table.

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Dwarf Water Lily Nymphaea Pygmaea Rubra 1ltr Pot Plant

Add Exotic Looking Plants To Your Garden Pond Like This Small-flowered Water Lily. Nymphaea Rubra Stays Compact And Easy To Manage So It Is Also Superb For A Tub Or Barrel Pond.pot Up And Grow On Before Planting Into Your Pond At The Right Depth.plant Deeply Submerged Plants Such As Water Lilies Into Aquatic Compost In Mesh-sided Aquatic Baskets. Weight The Baskets With Stones To Prevent Them Floating To The Surface And Once Planted Cover The Surface With Grit Or Aquatic Pebbles To Help Retain The Compost In The Basket.keep Away From Fountains And Moving Water As This Variety Favours Still Water. Remove Dead Leaves And Withered Flowers Throughout The Season. height 10cm/4in. planting Depth 15-40cm

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Unwins Book Of Sweet Peas

The Unwins Book Of Sweet Peas Is Written In A Non-technical Way, This Book Contains Everything You Need To Know To Grow Sweet Peas Successfully.from The History Of The First Sweet Pea To Tips On Breeding, Sowing And Showing, This Well-illustrated And Informative Book Distills All The Specialist Knowledge Built Up Over A Century Of Growing And Breeding Sweet Peas. This Volume Is The Successor To Charles Unwin's Sweet Peas, Which Was Published In 1926. The Unwins Book Of Sweet Peas Is Based On Nearly A Century Of Sweet Pea Growing And Offers Straightforward Practical Advise On Raising The 'queen Of Annuals' For Both The Beginner And Experienced Gardener. The Full Contents Listing Can Be Found Below Growing Tips.1 Sweet Peas For Quick, Easy, Sure-fire Blooms 2 Classification Of Sweet Pea Types 3 Species Of Sweet 4 Early Days – The Monk And The Minister5 Sowing And Care Of Seedlings 6 Preparation Of The Soil 7 Growing On, Care And Feeding 8 Growing For Showing 9 Fashions, Trends And The Future Of The Sweet Pea 10 A Note On Named Varieties 11 Sweet Peas As Cut Flowers 12 Growing In A Cold Greenhouse 13 Breeding New Varieties 14 A Tale Of Woe 15 Pests And Diseases Of Sweet Peas 16 Unwins Sweet Peas And The New Zealand 17 The Sweet Pea Hall Of Fame 18 Sweet Peas Around The World 19 Unwins Sweet Peas Introduced Since 1911 20 The National Sweet Pea Society 96 Page Paperback – Isbn 1-85183-095-2