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  1. Choose bedding plants for a bright summer display

    Choose bedding plants for a bright summer display

    The garden centres are full of summer bedding plants, tempting you to buy and plant to brighten up your gardens now the bulbs are mostly over. The late spring bank... Read More
  2. Identify those birds in your garden!

    Identify those birds in your garden!

    Birds are part of wildlife Birds are part of the wildlife in Britain’s gardens which stretch over 10 million acres, that’s the size of 5 million football pitches. All these... Read More
  3. 6 tips to help you keep on top of the weeding this spring

    6 tips to help you keep on top of the weeding this spring

    Spring is now well underway and everything is growing fast, weeds included. Weeding now stops weeds getting well established. It makes all the difference! Here are six tips to help... Read More
  4. Staking plants supports them in April showers and winds

    Good staking and support of herbaceous perennials and other plants in the spring makes the garden look better now and in the summer. Plants are growing very fast and will... Read More
  5. Get ready for next spring in the garden – yes, really!

    Get ready for next spring in the garden – yes, really!

    If you’ve been enjoying flowers in your garden recently then now is the time to make sure you have another good display next spring. Commiserations if you haven’t had a... Read More
  6. Prune shrub roses, hybrid tea roses and buddleia now

    Prune shrub roses, hybrid tea roses and buddleia now

    Shrub roses, hybrid tea roses, buddleia - it’s time to get out the secateurs again for a spot of pruning. “What, again??” Yes, again. Pruning is a year-round activity but... Read More
  7. Develop a low maintenance garden by working with nature

    Develop a low maintenance garden by working with nature

    Mowing, weeding and watering are the most disliked jobs in the garden. Follow our suggestions about working with nature to create a low maintenance garden. After the initial work you’ll... Read More
  8. A garden trellis shows someone cares

    A garden trellis shows someone cares

    Oh, I do like a garden trellis. I like it if it’s smart and upright, and I like it when it’s missing bits and lurching unsteadily. Whenever I see one... Read More
  9. Wrap up for February jobs in the garden

    Wrap up for February jobs in the garden

    We can really feel the days lengthening in February and the birds are starting to sing, morning and evening. As long as the ground isn't rock hard with frost or... Read More
  10. Take part in Big Garden Birdwatch, the world’s biggest wildlife survey!

    Take part in Big Garden Birdwatch, the world’s biggest wildlife survey!

    Eurasian bullfinch, Pyrrhula pyrrhula, male, Lancashire, UK. © Francis C. Franklin / CC-BY-SA-3.0 Gardeners are natural citizen scientists Birds are sensitive to environmental changes and so they are a... Read More
  11. Green is restful and relaxing in late winter

    Green is restful and relaxing in late winter

    For gardeners, winter is a great time to look at colour and shape. At this time of year I like to look at green in the natural world. It’s always... Read More
  12. Seven good reasons to order seeds now and make your garden grow

    Seven good reasons to order seeds now and make your garden grow

    Sowing seed is a good and economical way for gardeners to try things out and to make our gardens grow. What are you going to sow this year? Which seeds... Read More

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