Gordon Collier’s talks about three memorable gardens created in his lifetime.
For gardeners faced with heavy clay, creating a dream garden can feel like an uphill battle. That’s why we’re introducing you to 3 tried and true garden additives to make the job do-able:
Pets and gardens are compatible when you know what you’re doing, the following tips will help.
One of the easiest and fastest leafy edibles to grow in the home garden, ‘sukuma’ is a perennial kale you'll want to consider adding to your garden patch.
Bursting with blooms, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London is the world’s most prestigious flower ...
It’s light, snow-white and looks like miniature grains of popped corn, but perlite is most definitely not for eating.
Loud, gas-guzzling, and sheer hard slog – that’s your average lawn mower. So why wouldn’t you choose a lawn alternative?
With spring-sown edibles busy maturing, and autumn seedling prep not yet on the agenda, a gardener can use this welcome 2-3 week gap to indulge in some enjoyable projects – and we have some suggestions of what they might be …
What many mint-lovers don’t realise, is just how easy it is to grow this delicious herb in your own back yard.
While most of us reach for the dried herbs to use in our festive cooking, having access to the fresh alternative makes a mouth-watering difference!