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25 Comments

  • Mrs J Thomas says:
    3:57 PM on 28th November 2011

    I have a wildlife friendly garden and I encourage all birds, bees, butterflies, frogs etc into it. Today I saw a very nervous Great Spotted Woodpecker on one of my nut feeders. He never seems to stay for long. Later on I went into my shed and found the remains of a rabbit that my big white cat had left for me. At least it wasn’t a bird. The birds have just stated on my hugh holly tree. There is never any berries left for Christmas.Just after lunch today we had a chap knocking at the door asking for the holly to make wreaths, but my husband said no, they are for the birds.

  • l tregear says:
    7:26 PM on 20th December 2011

    i would just love this prize love my garden and the many birds that visit it

  • Julie Cumbers says:
    9:54 PM on 4th May 2012

    I have my fingers crossed I will be Lucky!

  • Julie Cumbers says:
    9:55 PM on 4th May 2012

    I have my fingers crossed hoping I will win the tickets!

  • Julie Cumbers says:
    9:57 PM on 4th May 2012

    I have my fingers crossed that I will win these tickets!

  • Donna says:
    10:50 PM on 4th May 2012

    Love watching the wildlife coming into the garden to forage. Mrs Blackbird keeping another Mrs Blackbird off “her patch” quite territorial aren’t they!

  • Josianne Butler says:
    2:14 PM on 5th May 2012

    I am from Malta, 4years ago we moved to England with my family and lived at my mother in law’s. We have our own house now and i finally have a garden of my own. I have put as many nectar flowering plants as i could fit in to attract insects and so attract birds. I also feed them wild birdseed, mealworms and fatballs. They are certainly enjoying my garden as i refill their food twice a day! I love my garden its my one true love :)

  • Mike Smith says:
    5:11 PM on 6th May 2012

    just love to go to Chelsea ,
    Thanks……

  • Mike Smith says:
    5:13 PM on 6th May 2012

    Just love to go to Chelsea ,
    Thanks…..

  • Mike Smith says:
    5:14 PM on 6th May 2012

    Just love to
    go to Chelsea ,

    Thanks…………

  • Mrs Gill Marchant says:
    10:15 PM on 7th May 2012

    Hi
    In your April 28th Issue Kris suggests plants to attract wildlife in the garden and called Acer Campestris a small tree- I planted 4 in 1980 and they are over 40 feet tall I really could not recommend them except in a very large garden. I can supply a photo if you like.
    King regards
    Gill

  • Maria Maxwell says:
    3:13 PM on 8th May 2012

    my first great-grandchild is due on 25/5/12. If I can’t make Chelsea (which has been a dream of mine for many years) then I can plant a “little Chelsea” for the new arrival.

  • Mrs Ester Lee says:
    3:48 PM on 8th May 2012

    It would be wonderful to visit the Chelsea Flower Show and see the magnificent gardens.

  • Elaine Walsh says:
    4:02 PM on 8th May 2012

    A visit to RHS Chelsea would be lovely.

  • marshal d'souza says:
    4:16 PM on 8th May 2012

    The ultimate in garden shows

  • jean saxty says:
    4:46 PM on 8th May 2012

    I last went to the Chelsea flower show in 1964 when living in south kensington ,o think its aout time I went once again.

  • jean saxty says:
    4:48 PM on 8th May 2012

    I last visited the Chelsea flower show in 1964 when living in south kensington , so its about time I went once again

  • Peter E. Hilson says:
    4:52 PM on 8th May 2012

    Keeping spades crossed!

  • Sue Matejtschuk says:
    5:39 PM on 8th May 2012

    In your choice of answers you’ve turned a male gardener into a female!

  • Sue Walker says:
    7:07 PM on 8th May 2012

    Have only been to Chelsea once but would love to go again to see all the new products. Hopefuly for the last day plant sale and to come home loaded!

  • JEANNETTE LINNEY says:
    9:12 PM on 8th May 2012

    IT WOULD BE BLOOMING LOVELY TO WIN THIS PRIZE

  • Ann Midson says:
    10:17 PM on 8th May 2012

    My garden is a haven for wildlife and I’m always looking for ways to change and improve it. Amateur Gardening magazine helps me so much in their advice and articles.

  • Pauline James says:
    11:10 PM on 8th May 2012

    Iwould love to go to see all the new ideas and prepare myself to exploit new ideas in my garden

  • Freddie Robinson says:
    9:36 AM on 9th May 2012

    The flowers described in the Homebase garden sound delicious!

  • Maureen says:
    12:26 PM on 9th May 2012

    To win this would be wonderful