How to get your garden summer ready – 2022

Lets get your garden summer ready – Summer is about to begin and we all want to spend more time outdoors, why not follow our simple hints and tips to make the most of your outdoor spaces this summer. How do I get my garden ready for plants? Make sure your prepare the area you […]

Gardens In January – 2022

January 2022 Happy New year! So, January is not the best gardening month, but it is a good time to prep for the rest of the year. 2022 has started (maybe not how we wanted) but it’s the time to investigate January jobs for the garden. Firstly, the weather is forecast to be horrible so […]

Plants for Autumn colour

Plants for Autumn colour Aster Cyclamen Amaranthus Balloon flower Fuchsia Dahlia Cosmos Corn flower Dianthus Don’t forget trees- Japanese maple Beech tree Flowering dog wood         Mulching is also a great thing to do for all your plants in autumn to help your plants throught the tough winter to come. Especially if […]

Spotlight on New Spudulica Products Dec 2021

Key fetures of New Spudulica Home and Garden products – Grow Bags https://spudulica.co.uk/product/2-gallon-grow-bags-non-woven-260gsm/ Non-woven black 2 gallon planters Perfect for indoor and outdoor planting Seeds, bulbs, plants Easy to fold and store Easy to Carry, lightweight design – move about the garden or home with ease Medium size perfect for windowsills Reusable, wipe clean and […]

New products at Spudulica Home and Garden

Exciting times ahead at Spudulica Home and Garden! Finally able to let you all know about 2 more additions to our product selection. Both items are both complementary to our curent ranges. We can now offer a range of U shaped metal ground pins to complement our wide range of geotextile sizes! You can also […]

Spring Bulb Planting – Autumn 2021

Its exciting times………………………………………………………….Now is the time to plant out those spring bulbs. First things first it is to pick your bulbs. Not as easy as you might think; when there are so many to choose from. This year I have gone for a variety of bulbs that are all pink/purple, crocus, 2 colours of alliums, […]

Autumn in the Garden

Autumn Gardens, Its autumn and the days are darker and wetter. There are still some jobs to keep your garden going for the next few months before the winter starts. There are several plants that can keep your garden looking bright and beautiful even as the leaves fall. Asters, cyclamen, Fuchsia, Dahlia, Pansies, Heather all […]

Bog garden

Following on from previous blogs about waterlogging and dealing with too moist areas; its time to celebrate these damp and wet areas by creating a bog garden.  Adding a new bog area will increase local ecosystems and biodiversity. Bog gardens are also great for a transitioning from a pond back to a drier part of […]

Make your own bee house –

Why not add another place in the garden to help your local bee population? Why not make a bee house? It is easy to do maybe get the kids invloved. Find a suitable casing with an open end. A recycled 2l bottle would work with the top and end cut off. Just cut a section […]

Bulbs

Our faithful spring bulbs have started off the season and are making our gardens look beautiful. But what to do with them once they are done? Most bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and hyacinths are annual bulbs and will come up every year. You can leave them in place; just make sure you fertilise the […]