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SAVE 15% when you preorder fresh flowers for Valentine's Day

By Rob Gale 2 days ago

Impress your loved one this St. Valentine's Day with gorgeous hand tied flowers from our 2019 collection! Look below for our new range of Valentines Day Flowers which includes amazing Pro-British Blooms and Ravishing Roses! Pre-order NOW for Delivery on or just before Thursday 14th February.

Our Range is all Pro-British which means that they all feature British grown stems (containing British Flowers, British Foliage, or Both!).

To save 15% simply add one of the following products to your cart and input the code 'KEENASMUSTARD' at the 'My Cart' Screen.

Weekly Flowers - 14th January 2019

By Rob Gale 3 days ago

Introducing Our Posy of the Week for Week Commencing 14th January 2019

This week our Posy of the Week is truly vibrant! It contains an amazing mix of blooms in fab bright colours, including Roses, Statice, Tulips, Alstro and more - all perfectly arranged by hand with some fresh and fragrant greenery

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Ravishing Robins!

By Rob Gale 5 days ago

We have a Robin that sings to the cows waiting to give birth in our cowshed! It turns out that robins are particularly adapted to life with poor light and so are one of the first birds to start the dawn chorus and the last to stop in the evening… Well, our robin starts singing late at night and of course it’s because the lights are on in the shed… And the lights are on in the shed so that it it easier for the cows to give birth and less likely they will roll on top of their offspring. Usually you will only have one robin occupying your garden unless his or her mate is there too and this is because they are really territorial about their food supply. Both sexes sing and the Spring song is the strongest and can start mid-December (after moulting). The purpose is two-fold to attract a mate and defend a territory… And there was me thinking they were entertaining the Mums to be!

Robins will eat most food but they particularly like Live Mealworms, Insect Suet Pellets and our no mess Mix - Wiggly Huskless.

We're Delivering that country life you've always wanted with our new 2019 Wiggly Catalogue!

By Rob Gale 9 days ago

Our new catalogue is 68 pages of amazing photos, delightful illustrations (including the lovely cover by Steph Gale), more products than ever (including all new products added in the last year) and as usual we've also included lots of wiggly tips, guides to get you started, ideas, suggestions and faq's!

This year we aren't automatically mailing them out to everyone, but you can, of course, request one online and we will post it to you in just a few days. You can also include your email address and we will send you a digital copy for you download and read on your computers and tablets. Simply fill out our form here; http://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/the-wiggly-catalogue

Filled with all sorts of products such as Wiggly Birdfeeding Solutions, Composting ideas, Fresh and Dried Flowers, Wildlife Gardening and much more. Of course this also includes Bestselling products like; Live Mealworms, Bokashi, Our New Urbalive Worm Composter, Wildflower Pots and glorious Goat Socks!

Pop on over to http://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/the-wiggly-catalogue to request one!

Make Composting your New Year's Resolution!

By Rob Gale 12 days ago

Bokashi “composting” isn’t really composting at all but it will recycle your kitchen waste - INCLUDING meat and dairy into a nutrient rich tea for your plants and a safe soil conditioner.

You can keep your kit indoors and all sorts of kitchen waste including meat and dairy products which are banned from aerobic systems is added and mixed with the Bokashi Bran (which is full of friendly micro-organisms) This is pressed into the bucket on top of the waste and layer by layer the bucket is filled. Once it’s full the bucket is sealed shut and left to ferment for about 10 days or so (you can leave it much longer if you like… In fact the easiest way is to fill the next bucket while the first is fermenting and then swop)

You can draw off the tea of course but apart from this there is no maintenance or hassle with Bokashi at all. Open the bucket outside when you are ready (as it will smell really pickly) and the contents - although recognisable will now be completely fermented and thoroughly pickled which means that this “pre-compost” can be buried in your compost heap or garden where it will break down really quickly and provide your plants with fantastic nutrients. (Do not put plant roots in direct contact with it as for a couple of weeks it is too acidic.)

OUR BLACK BOKASHI VALUE PACKS ARE ON OFFER IN OUR WIGGLY SALE - UNTIL 20th JAN 2018!

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Feeding your Garden Birds in January

By Rob Gale 14 days ago

The birdfood you’ll find in this month’s Birdy Box is specifically designed to support the most garden birds at this time of year. At this time of year as well as our resident breeding birds we are joined by migrants from Scandinavia, Russia and Continental Europe. In particular look out for Robins, Chaffinches, Bramblings, Goldfinches, Bullfinches, Blue Tits, Long-tailed Tits, Coal Tits, Nuthatches, Blackbirds, and if you are very lucky Fieldfares, Waxwings, Dunnocks, and Goldcrests.

To maximise the support you offer your garden birds and indeed to attract the most species follow these three key tips:

1: Put food out in the morning (and shut the cat in). Your birds can lose so much body weight in the night keeping warm breakfast is their most important meal of the day.

2: Provide water – make sure you have a bird bath with clean water for your birds to drink and bathe in.

3: Offer different types of food in different feeders. For example using suet blocks in a hanging suet feeder is brilliant for small birds – in particular the Tit family who are much more agile than their larger counterparts so they have the best chance of access the food in these feeders. Ensure you have a softbill mix and feed on the ground to help birds like the Blackbird and Thrush.