National Tree Week 28th Nov-6th Dec

Trees are a part of our everyday landscape. But have you stopped to think about the benefits they bring?? During national tree week lets celebrate our Trees. Trees clean the air by removing nitrogen oxides and other pollutant gases, they also take in excess CO2. Trees save water through evaporation and can prevent soil erosion […]

Homemade Garden gifting

Gardening gifts are fun to make and personalise for those you love. Yes, Christmas is on the way, possibly a bit different from what we would normally have, but still a time to share your love and joy with others. Why not use your time in lockdown to put your gardening and crafting skills to […]

March 2020

March in the garden – 2020 Lighter days, less rain (lets hope) warmer weather, bulbs appearing, Spring must be on the way!! March is an exciting time for the garden, I know I’m excited to start some new projects and add some more planting to the garden this year.   Warmer weather can bring those […]

The Veg Patch – Is it time for a new challenge? – 2020

Vegetable patch A new year calls for a new challenge – Maybe you’ve been growing in your garden for a few years and fancy trying something new? Possibly in conjunction with a new health regime or fed up of seeing all that plastic packaging or concerned that the country of origin is from across the […]

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 […]