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Now the days are getting longer, and lighter!, why not give nature a helping hand? Use your FixIts sticks, or indeed reuse old FixIts, to create all kinds of ingenious things that can help nature flourish.

Plant supports

Staking indoor plants can really help growth, especially when the plant is relatively young.

Create your own support with a bit of bamboo, or even a BBQ skewer, topped off with a bit of helpful FixIts, shaped like a crutch.

You could even use a toothpick for smaller plants!

Seed dibbers

These are brilliant for planting seeds, seedlings and young plants.

Fashion some FixIts into a funky cone shape, and use the nose end to make impressions in the soil for seeds. Easy!

Eyelets for trailing vine

Great for nature that loves to grow on fences or up walls, like wisteria, trailing vine or roses. Create a series of eyelets - or rings - of FixIts, attached to screws or nails, strategically positioned. String wire through the holes to provide vital support during upward growth.

Name tags

It's so easy to get green-fingered-happy and forget which seeds are where. Create some cool looking name tags with leftover FixIts.

Flower displays

We love this simple way to show off your favourite indoor plants and help them grow tall, using a BBQ skewer, some wire and a bit of FixIts magic.

It's the perfect time of year for getting outside, whether that's in a garden or on a balcony, or a window sill! Even better: getting the whole family involved. This National Children's Gardening Week, we've got some FixIts inspiration for you, so your little people can have as much fun, too. From adapting tools like trowels and watering cans to creating little seed dibbers, having fun with plants is for everyone. So clean out your window boxes, yank up your parasols, and grab your nearest FixIts sticks. It's time for some fun outdoors.
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