Plants can be a big responsibility and if you don’t look after them properly then they can end up making your home look worse, rather than better. We have curated a list of low maintenance plants that thrive well in certain rooms of your house. Read more
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I know it’s not feeling much like summer at the moment with all the rain and wind, however, the sun could make an appearance soon before summer is officially over. There is still time to fit in a couple more summer parties, and we have 10 cool new items to help you jazz up your parties.Read more
Have you ever thought about deciding to grow your own fruit and vegetables but want to know how and where to start? We have some advice, tips and useful places to go in order to help you produce fresh fruit and vegetables for the whole family, without stepping in a supermarket.
The summer is well and truly on its way, however, some people will just be thinking about those pesky fruit flies that the summer brings with it. Fruit flies reproduce extremely quickly taking them just a week to go from egg to fully developed. They make their way into your house either through open doors and windows or on your fruit and vegetables. However, don’t fear, we have 6 tips to help you get rid of the pests and enjoy your summer. Read more
The 2017 Chelsea Flower Show has begun this week, helping encourage Britons across the country to get out in their gardens and get creative! However, according to research, 41 is the average age that Britons get into gardening. But why aren’t we getting out in the garden sooner?Read more
The clocks have gone forward, the mornings are getting lighter and British Summer Time is on its way. It’s time to get back into the garden and get it back to full bloom after a long winter of neglect. We have our top 10 spring gardening jobs to help you clear up your garden and getting it looking good ready for the summer BBQ’s and garden parties.Read more
Sorry if we’re ruffling any feathers, but February is the last time you can safely give your hedge a haircut. From March onwards, as soon as the season starts to change, birds will begin nesting in your hedge and once they’ve built their nest they shouldn’t be moved or disturbed. It’s actually an offence to do so.
In winter warm weather pests die away, branches are bare, tree and plant growth slows and flowers are few and far between. But that doesn’t mean there is nothing to do outside in your garden.
You don’t want to get your appliances out of the garden shed to find they don’t work anymore. But there’s a danger of this happening if you store them away over winter without maintaining them first.