Pruning 101: Essential Tips for Healthy Plant Growth

secateurs and pruning

Pruning is a fundamental practice in gardening that promotes healthy plant growth and enhances the overall appearance of plants. It involves the removal of specific parts of a plant, such as branches, buds, or roots, to improve its structure, shape, and vitality. This article will provide you with essential tips and techniques for effective pruning, … Read more

Urban Gardens: How to Create Your Own Green Oasis in the City

Urban Gardens

Urban gardens are a way to bring greenery and potentially fresh produce into the city. Whether you have a small balcony or a larger area, there are options for creating a garden space to suit your needs. With people becoming more conscious of their environmental impact and food quality, urban gardening has become a popular … Read more

Essential Petrol Lawn Mower Upkeep


A well-maintained lawn is an essential aspect of any home, and a petrol lawn mower is a vital tool to achieve that perfect, green carpet. To ensure the best performance and longevity of your petrol lawn mower, it’s essential to regularly carry out proper upkeep tasks. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the … Read more

Hardy Plants for your garden

Lily of the Valley

If you are looking for a garden that can maintain a great appearance, with ease, then hardy plants could be for you. Hardy plants are those that can withstand low temperatures and this makes them great for gardens in the UK. With the ever unpredictable British weather, there aren’t even any guarantees when it comes … Read more

Slow-worms in the garden

Slow Worms in the Garden

Slow-worms are neither slow nor worms… they’re not even snakes, but actually a legless lizard and whilst gardening this weekend a few made themselves known to me. I’ve had quite a few in my garden previously so it wasn’t too much of a surprise to find them in the overgrown raised-bed I was digging over … Read more

Preparing Your Garden For Winter

Preparing Your Garden For Winter 2

With summer gone and winter not far away there are certain jobs that need to be done and a few hours work will help you and you garden over winter. You’ve also no doubt bought plants and spent money in the garden so it would be a shame to see those plants die and you have … Read more