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Planting a wildflower meadow Don’t miss a trick in your garden with our tips to sow a wildflower meadow this year. It’s the most simplistic and cost-effective way to plant an area at home.A wildflower meadow in a suburban garden is a fantastic feature, offering a changing canvas of floral...

Batten down the hatches!

Batten down the hatches! Winter in the UK is often accompanied by unsettled weather conditions. Strong winds can damage or even destroy fence panels which can be very costly to replace. It's worth taking the time now to check your fencing and fence posts to ensure they can withstand strong...

The June Garden

The June Garden With May out of the way, summer is hopefully here at last. There are plenty of jobs to do in the garden, such as mowing and cutting back plants, this time of the year is when you can really begin to enjoy your garden. Gardening shouldn’t always...

The May Garden

The May Garden As we're now in May, spring is well underway. Days are really warming up now, fruit trees are flowering but be aware that nights can still be cold and we can still get sudden sharp frosts at any time this month.By the end of the month, your...

The April Garden

The April Garden As we are now in April, we are well and truly coming into Spring. April is perhaps regarded by me and by many gardeners as being the most exciting month of the year. The garden suddenly begins to look green and vibrant being assisted by warmer days...

Garden rescue

Garden rescue Record temperatures and drought conditions this summer have devastated many gardens, killed lawns, shrubs and sent trees into decline. So, what can we do to manage this in our gardens today and for next year?Immediate action - WATER! Make a watering planWith a hose pipe ban in force...

How to look after your garden in the summer months Watering your plantsWatering plants is one of the most important ways to care for your garden. Summer’s heat and dry humidity can take its toll, so during high temperatures, it’s important to ensure your plants and soil maintain enough water.Rainwater is an excellent...

How to take care of your Christmas Tree Caring for your cut Christmas Tree Christmas isn’t really Christmas without a tree! And, if you took the leap this year and went for a cut Christmas tree, then you may now be thinking about how to make it last! Although these...

6 Top Tips for Preparing Your Garden for Winter Autumn is here, and winter is coming! And with the darker days and cooler air, comes an inevitable slow-down for your garden. Your plants lose their colour, your trees lose their leaves and your lawn loses its natural brilliance. But all...

How to Maintain Your Grass for a Healthy Lawn The summer months can be a trying time for your lawn, but there are plenty of ways to help keep it healthy and let it thrive. This month, we thought it would be helpful to take a look at how to...

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