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Wednesday June 03 , 2020

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Workshops & Advice!

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We’re really excited here at Blue Daisy because we are offering a new Garden Advice at home service so if you’re looking for new ideas or you have an area you don’t know what to do with contact us.

Not content with just advice at home Nicki will be starting to run some workshops during summer and autumn this year for beginner gardeners, growing vegetables and even garden design so if you want to know more please visit our garden advice & workshops page.

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