With talk of heatwaves and hose pipe bans recently hitting the headlines, conserving water this summer is once again a hot topic. Collecting water in the garden however isn’t just a summer thing.
With the weather warming, now is the perfect time to embark on a grow your own project. Tomatoes are an excellent plant to get started with if you’re new to growing your own or are looking for an easy win, and you don’t need a greenhouse or any other fancy equipment to succeed.
With the weather getting warmer and the days getting longer, many of us will be enjoying our gardens at their blooming best right about now. But spring also signals the emergence of an old foe...
With spring fast approaching and the weather getting milder by the day, more and more of us will be looking to get back outdoors and start enjoying our green spaces once again.
With spring fast approaching and the weather getting milder by the day, we’re viewing our outdoor spaces in a new light as a new year gets underway.
The weather may be a little chillier, but that’s no excuse to hang up your garden tools for the season.
With the weather getting colder, many of us will be preparing to hang up our garden gloves for the winter season.
Winter is almost here, but this doesn’t mean you can leave your garden to its own devices. Gardens big and small need maintenance all year round to stay in tip top condition from season to season.
Even as the weather grows cooler, the design and maintenance of our gardens is certain to be on our minds.
Keeping your home neat and tidy is a must, whether you own your property or rent.