The Litter Picker from Gardman has become one of our surprising Top Sellers! When you read all the customer comments and feedback below, you’ll soon see why!
Click to buy The Gardman litter picker from Crowders now, or just to find out what all the hype about the Litter Picker from Gardman is all about!
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Lincolnshire’s freshest restaurant, The Redwood, was launched this week on site at Crowders Garden Centre on Lincoln Road, Horncastle. Waltzing his way to cha-cha-charming food, wine and company on Monday evening was popular McFly band mate and Strictly Come Dancing champion Harry Judd (pictured with Robert and Cora Crowder).
Featuring seasonal, local, freshly prepared food on the menu, The Redwood was sure to impress its guests after only a week of service. “It’s been a great night here at The Redwood” said Harry, “The food and the atmosphere have been great, and I’m sure I’ll be back again soon!” he added. The restaurant has had an extremely successful first week of lunch time service. Mr Robert Crowder commented on how “the superb staff, food and wine in these wonderful surroundings have really shown our level of achievement. I’m very proud of The Redwood. We’re now looking forward to opening 3 evenings per week starting from Thursday 5th April.”
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Like any fruit and vegetables, growing your own seed potatoes is both fun and exciting and most definitely rewarding. Not only this; it is also easy and simple to do and is a great start to growing your way to 5 a day!
How to Grow Seed Potatoes
Step 1: Choosing
There are many Varieties of seed potatoes out there so you have to choose the right one for you and for the right time of year. Seed potatoes are divided into the 4 following categories regarding their harvest and sowing time:
Step 2: Chitting
For the most successful results, it is best to allow your seed potatoes to ‘chit’ (sprout) before planting them into the ground. Chitting allows your seed potatoes to grow stronger sprouts and once planted into will encourage them to grow faster and will be an all-round more successful crop.
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One of the great things about hardwood furniture is that it is an excellent quality wood that if looked after and maintained correctly, it will last for many years to come.
Caring for your Hardwood Furniture
How to maintain the Appearance of Hardwood
Firstly, we suggest a few weeks after receiving of your furniture, you re-oil it. After this it should be done on a regular basis; every 2 months if it is left uncovered. Oiling your furniture will help to maintain and preserve the original colour and will make it more resistant to weathering. Oiling your furniture will also help to minimise surface cracks.
You do not need to treat your furniture this often but doing so will help keep the furniture as good as new!
If left untreated, the timber will change to a dull grey colour.
We do recommend a furniture cover to help protect it and preserve its colour, particularly throughout the winter months. If you use a cover, it will only need oiling every so often as it will not exposed to the weather from day to day. We offer a range of waterproof furniture covers on our website.
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