We promise you that all information you give us when ordering any Natural Gardener products will never be revealed to anyone else other than with your implied or express permission e.g. Paypal so that you can pay totally securely (and they keep all your card details and financial stuff to themselves, we never see it – nor would we want to !)
We would not dream of passing on your personal details to anybody without your express request or permission - and I can’t think of any reason we would ask such permission !
All information that we are given is held strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the GDPR regulations.
Put simply, we only use information that you have given us to give you the best possible service - and perhaps to let you know of anything new we have found.
So what do we know about you ?
Only what you have told us, and what you have ordered.
We need to know your address, or delivery destination , email and telephone number for two main reasons :-
To give the delivery courier your details so that they can deliver your order quickly, and be able to perhaps tell you when they are delivering, or ask your help if they get lost !
To confirm your order, give any details you need to know (about the lab. sending your bio controls for example) or, rarely I hope, let you know that we have just sold out.
Do we use your stuff for anything else ?
Well not a lot really.
We do the occasional mailing, normally around Springtime, about ground preparation and the like, and at Christmas, about gifts that gardener’s may like.
Here we use ‘Mailchimp’ or similar, again for your security and to make sure we do not write to people who do not want to hear from us - but you can easily tell us never to darken your inbox again, just by clicking the unsubscribe link on our email, or by opting out within the 'Your Account section on our site' !
Incidentally, after we have delivered your order you can just as easily tell me to delete all of your info. if you like. Just email me, Louise@thenaturalgardener.co.uk, and say delete !
(You can also let me know, if you like, of any changes to your information and things using this address.)
We are not like Google or Facebook and all those other similar types who gather all your data for its own sake.
We only ask for the essentials to get your order to you promptly really, and the only other people knowing your data are Paypal and the courier company (and Mailchimp unless you say “No!”)
Do hope this reassures you, but if you have any questions or worries please just mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Was told we had to put something in, don’t know why really, all the gardeners I have met are very sensible people !
All of the items offered here are natural products, and we have told you how we use them.
However, nature occasionally has a sense of humour, and certainly does not produce things on a conveyor belt !
So for example, chemical analysis may vary a bit from one sustainable harvest to another.
Also, we are sure you will find your own way of using our products, particularly when it comes to making compost, and we certainly would not dare tell you how best way to pot up, plant out or any of the other job’s that each gardener does in their own particular way.
Therefore we cannot really take responsibility for the use of our items, apart from giving general advice which you may find helpful.
Just one point though, we do not recommend using our pure seaweed granules as a fertile mulch for seedlings - bit like giving a steak sandwich to a new born baby !
[ It’s fine mixed in the compost though, especially with some Neem]