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Recovery after a surprise storm

Tidy your garden after bad weather

If your hedges, plants and lawn have been hit by a bout of stormy weather, take a look at our tools and tips to make a garden clear-up simple.

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Branch out

If windy weather has damaged branches or hedges, it is a good idea to trim back to avoid further breakage.

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Take a leaf

For a quick and easy clean-up, a garden blower and vacuum will blow any leaves, twigs or other debris into piles. Then flick the switch to vacuum up - simple!

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Shred lightly

A garden clear-up can leave you with a collection of leftover branches, twigs and leaves. Condense the waste into more manageable and useful mulch with a shredder.

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Chainsaw buying guide

Petrol, electric or cordless? We'll help you choose the perfect chainsaw for your needs.

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Compost guide

Discover our heap of composting tips for recycling your garden waste.

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Shed Buying guide

Pick the perfect shed with our expert guide.

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Gardening wellbeing

TV gardening expert David Domoney recommends 30 minutes of daily gardening to help Britain reap the benefits. New research from Argos has shown that 78% of regular gardeners claims it reduces their stress levels and 80% report better sleep. It also found the average green-fingered Brit can burn 632 more calories vs. non-gardeners per month. Check out below David’s top tips for making the most of your time in the garden.

A cut above

Mowing regularly keeps the lawn healthy, and you too! 30 minutes mowing can burn around 180 calories - more with a push lawnmower.

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Dig to de-stress

Digging is a great cardio work out and way to de-stress. You can burn up to 250 calories an hour when digging heavy soil.

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Rake in the benefits

Raking is vital to letting your lawn and plants breathe. Raking will work your upper body and burns around 120 calories for 30 minutes.

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Tackle the weeds

Pulling up those out of control weeds and planting new flowers, can really get your blood flowing and burn up to 80 calories per hour.

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