Summer may be drawing to a close, but there’s still time for you to get out in your garden and make the most of the remaining warm weather. If you’re keen to start a project, you could use the coming weeks to create a wildlife garden. Making a few simple changes an introducing some of […]
E has got chicken pox at the moment so we’ve not been having much fun recently but today he’s feeling much better and with the sun out it was time for some ice creams in the garden. Lovely! Looks like we’re in for a bumper crop of loganberries this year too.
Spring is a great time to consider redesigning your garden and review the changes that you might want to make. A garden redesign does not have to cost the earth. Here are some ideas to help you get the best from a limited budget: Gain ideas from the very best places – gardens like yours. There are […]
After quite a few years of growing veg in our little city garden I’ve decided to give flowers a go this year. I started with bulbs thinking even I can’t mess them up but hadn’t banked on the crazy weather this spring. My snowdrops tried to come up to early because Christmas was so mild […]
Gardening has become a much more popular hobby for younger people over the last few years. Before we had kids Hubs and I would regularly spend a happy afternoon pottering round a garden centre and find ourselves chatting about tomato plants over dinner with friends. Now we’re trying to find ways to encourage the boys […]