Spudulica Home and Garden – About us

Happy New Year – Wishing all our customers a fantastic 2022! Welcome to Spudulica Home and Garden, why not browse our catalogue for your garden project? We stock a variety of garden project essentials non-woven geotextiles, recessed manhole covers, woven geotextiles, soakaway kits, pegs, planters, drainage sleeves, EcoGrid and water butt systems we have you […]

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 […]

Helping local wildlife in autumn/winter

As the days get darker earlier and the temperature drops drawing the year to a close your garden wildlife might need a little helping hand. Some animals like hedgehogs hibernate, if you see any little ones out and about it might be a good idea to contact a local wildlife charity for advice. Local to […]

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 […]

Protecting Pots in Summer

Keeping your pots cool in the summer. Just a few tips for those of us who have smaller gardens/ yards full of pots. We need to keep an eye on our potted plants in this heat wave (well its expected back). Consider the pots you have, its better to buy lighter coloured ones e.g., terracotta […]

May to June in the garden

Heading into the last week of May ready for the start of summer. Days are getting longer and warmer. There may be a few more jobs in store for you now that summer is on the way. Plant out your summer bedding plants. Start collecting /storing your water. Remember to start a watering schedule either […]

Winter Hanging Baskets

Winter Hanging Baskets These small and eye-catching displays can be used in all type’s outdoor spaces, especially those short on space. They can also introduce colour and planting to other parts of your home. Hanging baskets can also be used all year round; not just as a riot of colour in the summer months. In […]

October 2019

October – 2019 Firstly, how did we get to October so quickly! Autumn is now here, and October has started. Temperatures are dropping and maybe its time to prep for winter your thinking?? Well October can be a great month to keep your gardening going. Just be sure to have those waterproofs and wellies ready […]

THE DOG FRIENDLY GARDEN

     Gardens for Dogs Mans best friend needs consideration in your outdoor spaces. You may think that any outdoor space is good for your four-legged friend but there can be many aspects of the garden to consider. Firstly, safety does your dog have the opportunity to escape? Are fences and walls sturdy and high? […]

July and August Jobs

  A look ahead into July/August in the garden Lets hope we are in for a continuation of the lovely weather that’s persisted through May and June so far!   Firstly with this hotter weather we need to think about providing water for our garden birds and for our young or newly planted plants. Plants […]