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Our Elfie is such a cheeky monkey - he's escaped our Christmas department and gone on an adventure!

The first sighting was in our gift department, eyeing up presents for his chums. But when we catch up with him he disappears ✨✨✨

Stay tuned as we try and return him back to his family.

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Our Elfie is such a cheeky monkey - hes escaped our Christmas department and gone on an adventure! 

The first sighting  was in our gift department, eyeing up presents for his chums. But when we catch up with him he disappears ✨✨✨

Stay tuned as we try and return him back to his family. 

#christmaself #haskinselfie #elfonashelf

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Haskins Garden Centre shared Love Soul Choir's post.

Our friends, Love Soul Choir will be performing at our West End Centre on Sunday at 2:30pm around our giant Christmas Tree. We hope to see you there 🎶🎄🎶

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This Sunday, catch us performing from 2:30pm at Haskins Garden Centre in West End, Southampton. We shall be singing around the Christmas tree!! See you there...

Our friends, Love Soul Choir will be performing at our West End Centre on Sunday at 2:30pm around our giant Christmas Tree. We hope to see you there 🎶🎄🎶

#Haskins #HaskinsChristmas

For those of you with clay based soils, try adding garden lime and grit over the winter to help break them down - you'll be amazed at the results 🙂

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For those of you with clay based soils, try adding garden lime and grit over the winter to help break them down - youll be amazed at the results :)

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Roll up your sleeves and get those glue guns warmed up, it's time to prepare for Christmas!

Our homemade Christmas wreaths will be sure to inspire you to make Christmas your own! ✂️🎀🎁

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How to create a contemporary indoor ribbon bow Christmas wreath Haskins on YouTube: bit.ly/29hSHkB Haskins website: www.haskins.co.uk Please subscribe...

With all the leaves falling at this time of year, why not collect them into black plastic bags and mix in some grass clippings?

This time next year, you'll have a wonderful compost that you can use as a mulch or soil improver!

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With all the leaves falling at this time of year, why not collect them into black plastic bags and mix in some grass clippings?

This time next year, youll have a wonderful compost that you can use as a mulch or soil improver!

#Haskins #HaskinsHintsandTips

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Rebecca GreenwayWe just bag up leaves on there own and put grass cuttings in brown wheeliebin, never thought about that idea.

3 days ago
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There's always time for pizza 😋🍕

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Theres always time for pizza 😋🍕

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Preparing for Christmas already and need some inspiration? Check out our homemade Christmas wreaths and get those glue guns at the ready! ✂️🎀🎁

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How to create a contemporary woodland indoor Christmas wreath Haskins on YouTube: bit.ly/29hSHkB Haskins website: www.haskins.co.uk Please subscribe! ...

As an iconic Christmas houseplant, Poinsettias help set the festive mood throughout the holiday season!

Known for their striking red foliage, Poinsettias are a type of Euphorbia which are native to Mexico. The leaf colouring occurs when they are exposed to 12 hour of darkness, which is a natural process at this time of year.

To help prolong their display, locate in a bright position away from strong sun and draughts with a minimum temperature of 13-15°C (55-59°F).

Similar to their Princettia cousins, they don’t like to be watered more than once a week and over-watering will cause them to lose their colour and possibly their leaves.

It's possible to keep Poinsettias going for years by spraying them with a mister and giving them a high-potassium, low-nitrogen feed once a month.

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As an iconic Christmas houseplant, Poinsettias help set the festive mood throughout the holiday season!

Known for their striking red foliage, Poinsettias are a type of Euphorbia which are native to Mexico. The leaf colouring occurs when they are exposed to 12 hour of darkness, which is a natural process at this time of year.

To help prolong their display, locate in a bright position away from strong sun and draughts with a minimum temperature of 13-15°C (55-59°F).

Similar to their Princettia cousins, they don’t like to be watered more than once a week and over-watering will cause them to lose their colour and possibly their leaves.

Its possible to keep Poinsettias going for years by spraying them with a mister and giving them a high-potassium, low-nitrogen feed once a month.

#PlantFriday #Haskins