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  1. Bees need your garden space! How your garden can support them

    Bees need your garden space! How your garden can support them

    Honey bees have had a bad winter (along with many of us). Their colonies were caught short of food when gardens were under snow. So this year, more than ever... Read More
  2. Home grown fruit and veg from a small garden

    Home grown fruit and veg from a small garden

    Home grown fruit and veg is good for us, fun to grow and can be great value. Too often it seems to be an option for people with allotments, big... Read More
  3. Ornamental grasses – early to mid spring is time to tidy up

    Ornamental grasses – early to mid spring is time to tidy up

    Now is the time to tidy up many ornamental grasses - but what to do depends on whether they are deciduous or evergreen and on the species. Read on to... Read More
  4. Your future garden - find inspiration and practical ideas

    Your future garden - find inspiration and practical ideas

    Think about your future garden now! Why now? It is not a great time of year to be in the garden: wet or waterlogged lawns, cold winds, snow, brrrr... It... Read More
  5. Support plants: use stakes, grids and twigs

    Support plants: use stakes, grids and twigs

    Read about how to support plants to prevent wind damage. If you watched your plants moving in recent strong winds and wondered what to do, read on! Plant windswept climbers... Read More
  6. Willow screens, arbour, arch or den: grow your own!

    Willow screens, arbour, arch or den: grow your own!

    Willow screens and garden features have grown (excuse the pun) in popularity as everyone finds out how lovely they look, and that they are not difficult to create. If you... Read More
  7. Dahlia – act now to keep them through the winter

    Dahlia – act now to keep them through the winter

    Dahlia are fantastic plants for late summer colour and sheer exuberance. They may be too colourful for some tastes but the stunning colours and shapes of their flowers simply make me... Read More
  8. Winter interest is our aim for garden containers now!

    Winter interest is our aim for garden containers now!

    Winter interest in containers can come from flowers or foliage, and lifts my spirits on grey winter days. So this week I am on a mission to prepare containers that... Read More
  9. Lawns - try the basic or intensive autumn care plan!

    Lawns - try the basic or intensive autumn care plan!

    Lawns aren’t looking their best where I live. After a summer of heavy use, and just recently a lot of rain, the grass has some thin patches, while in others... Read More
  10. Wisteria: a stunning plant for any garden

    Wisteria: a stunning plant for any garden

    Wisteria is a plant I long for. The rich, scented flowers, luscious foliage and run away looks are gorgeous. And daunting for small gardens and busy lives. Today's blog aims... Read More
  11. Bees - support them and send information to a national study

    Bees - support them and send information to a national study

    May and June are full of buzzing bees in my garden. But media coverage and the 'Bee Cause' campaign by Friends of the Earth tell us that they aren’t doing... Read More
  12. Garden cold frames – what can they do for your garden?

    Garden cold frames – what can they do for your garden?

    Garden cold frames are small unheated greenhouses. Sometimes called 'growhouses', and sometimes included in conversations about cloches and tunnels, whatever you call them, garden cold frames are a fantastic addition... Read More

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