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  1. Garden paths – create texture and complement your garden design

    Garden paths – create texture and complement your garden design

    Garden paths are important: they take you from one place to another and, after wet weather, keeping your shoes clean as you trundle to the compost heap or a quiet seat in summery shade. And much more than that. Garden paths connect your house and garden, lead the eye and imagination into, and beyond, your […]

  2. 5 ways an extension brings the garden inside so easily

    5 ways an extension brings the garden inside so easily

    A ground floor extension has a closer relationship to the garden than the rest of the house, probably because it tends to be built in an existing garden. Immediately, then, you’re ahead of the game of bringing the garden inside, the aim of so many of us nowadays. Extension is simply an umbrella term for […]

  3. 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 soon see the benefit. Gardening is made very, very much easier when we work with nature and our soil conditions, climate, rainfall and local wildlife. […]

  4. Garden redesign - some tips on ideas, budget and scheduling

    Garden redesign - some tips on ideas, budget and scheduling

    Whether you’ve just moved in or been there for years, it might be time for a garden redesign. You can move on from a tired-looking garden, creating somewhere you love, maximising space and making the inside and outside of the property all work together. Here are some tips as you pull together your thoughts, the […]

  5. 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 I feel quite encouraged. I think it shows that somebody cares and that somebody has made the effort. Or at least that they did, once […]

  6. 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 snow, it’s time to get ahead with February jobs in the garden. February jobs: chit potatoes It’s time for people in southern parts to chit […]

  7. Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Summer is just round the corner, really, and now is the time to take action so that you can make the most of your summer garden. Tackle our three areas of action and enjoy more time relaxing in your summer garden. Reduce summer garden weeding Weed and tidy beds and borders while the weeds and […]

  8. Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty mornings can be perfectly lovely and plants outlined by frost are quite stunning. That is, when you’ve got time to stand and admire and when you’re sure you’ve protected all your tender plants and when you’re not having to scrape the car windscreen in a hurry. Make time! The beauty is so fleeting. Of […]

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

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

    Gardeners are natural citizen scientists Birds are sensitive to environmental changes and so they are a good gauge of the health of your local ecosystem. That’s part of the thinking behind the Big Garden Birdwatch which takes place this year on Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th and Monday 30th January 2017. The Big Garden Birdwatch is […]

  10. Choose plants that suit your garden

    Choose plants that suit your garden

    Knowing the plants that suit your garden is essential to good planning and great gardens. It helps you choose plants that will thrive and make the most of your garden and investment. Finding plants that suit your garden Across your garden you need to know: the pH of the soil. Use a DIY soil testing […]

  11. Plan your dream garden

    Plan your dream garden

    Your dream garden feels a million miles away on a dreary January day. But use the time now to think of spring and summer in your garden, dream of how it could look and feel and start now to make your dreams come true. This week our blogs offer ideas and top tips for garden […]

  12. How Your Garden Transforms Through the Seasons (Infographic)

    How Your Garden Transforms Through the Seasons (Infographic)

    We often think as spring and summer as being the only season during which time our garden is active but, as this infographic from Rattan Direct shows, the garden is alive with growth and bugs in every season. The Garden in WINTER Winter is the time the garden slumbers but, as a gardener, you will […]

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