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New Christmas-themed peanut butter bird feeder

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We are so excited to announce the launch of our new Gingerbread House bird feeders designed to hold a jar of Nutpecker peanut butter bird food. The Gingerbread House is made from a durable resin compound. To add to the festive spirit each Gingerbread House comes with two jars of Nutpecker peanut butter bird food with added […]

Impressed by the Grumpy Gardener gadget to improve wheelbarrow size

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Follow the link to the article run in the Sun Newspaper on 1st August 2021 about how the Grumpy Gardener and son, Joe opted not to take-up any of the Dragons Den bids. Following their appearance on the BBC show in 2012, the father and son partnership now run a multi-million pound online gardening warehouse. […]

Why bread is not a healthy bird food but this is

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2020 proved to be a challenging year and as a result many of us spent more time at home than we would have under normal circumstances. With this there was a greater interest in garden makeovers and growing our own vegetables. Bird watching also surged in popularity during the pandemic. We learnt the value in providing […]

Peanut Butter Bird Food Awesome, Delicious and Nutritious

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Birds love peanut butter. It is a great nutritious and delicious treat for wild birds. The Grumpy Gardeners NutPecker peanut butter food jars offer the perfect way to present it to them. Peanut butter is a highly nutritious for garden birds, but they shouldn’t be fed the peanut butter sold for human consumption it it […]

Tips to get your garden Spring ready

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After the winter months of chilly weather, the longer days and noticeable signs of spring are so rejuvenating. The signs and sounds of nature reawakening is our cue to get outdoors. It is a time to start preparing our garden and plant pots for the new growing season. Our first signs of spring are the […]

Why the Hori Knife is the ultimate gardening tool

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Are you a keen gardener always on the look out for tools that make outdoor jobs easier to deal with? Well, lets take a look at a versatile hand tool that is convenient to carry around and takes up little storage space. The Hori knife or ” hori hori” is a garden knife with its […]

Discover Nutritious Peanut Butter for Birds

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Peanut butter for birds is an excellent source of high energy calories. It provides nutrients needed to survive the cold winter months. Peanut butter bought at supermarkets for human consumption can be enjoyed by birds but is not recommended. There are brands that include sugar, salt, hydrogenated fats and additives to the list of ingredients […]

Why lawns love this garden rake broom

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Soft and gentle on lawns, unlike metal rakes it won’t pull out tufts of grass when you try raking up autumn leaves. Why the rake broom grips and pulls without damaging the lawn This telescopic handle garden rake broom is a multi-tasking garden tool that sweeps up debris from any outdoor surface, wet or dry. […]

5+ reasons why you need this garden hand trowel

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Here we are again, another lockdown! As frustrating as it maybe, trying to find something positive to do in difficult circumstances can help. If you are able to, then getting out into the garden will help brighten the mood plus there are the health benefits of getting fresh air and exercise. A dry autumn day […]

How to remove wet autumn leaves from your lawn and paving

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Monthly news & updates Greetings,As the last of the golden leaves drop gracefully from branches and settle down on lawns and paths, we are ever more mindful that the chill of winter will soon be upon us. While autumn is with us, there are still jobs to be done in the garden for a healthy […]