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Used as mulch they are designed to be rough and uncomfortable for slugs to cross. Plus, they absorb water from the slug’s body. Non-toxic, 100 per cent natural, ideal for borders and pots. Performance Performance Performance Following instructions, we applied a 4in (10cm) wide layer around each plant then watered. The pellets swelled to form a thick mat and were by far the most natural looking, eco-friendly of the bunch with added plant health benefits to boot. Simple and quick to push into the soil (checking for slugs first).

Seedheads look good through winter. H2½ft (90cm). Marianne Majerus Bright lemon flowers with dramatic long spurs are held on thin stems above bluey-green foliage. Perfect for dappled shade gardens. H2½ft (90cm). Phlomis russeliana Rhododendron luteum GAP Marianne Majerus A gorgeous shrub that’s worth growing if you have the space and acid soil. Sweet-scented blooms in late spring, with the added bonus of good autumn leaf colour. H13ft (4m). Epimedium × perralchicum ‘Fröhnleiten’ Geum ‘Lady Stratheden’ The delicate primrose-yellow flowers are perfect for lighting up a shady spot under a tree or shrubs.

7in (18cm); H. 2in (5cm). Small, decorative granules. Used as mulch they are designed to be rough and uncomfortable for slugs to cross. Plus, they absorb water from the slug’s body. Non-toxic, 100 per cent natural, ideal for borders and pots. Performance Performance Performance Following instructions, we applied a 4in (10cm) wide layer around each plant then watered. The pellets swelled to form a thick mat and were by far the most natural looking, eco-friendly of the bunch with added plant health benefits to boot.

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