Here are our top tips for No Mow May which will result in your garden filled with butterflies and other insects flying about in a dream world of flowers filled with sweet, nutritious pollen.
Your Garden in May
With the longer days & warmer weather, there is much to do in the garden in May. Focus on tidying Spring plants & planting out flowers and veg for the year.
Britain Get Growing- Grow Your Own Tomatoes
The flavour of homegrown tomatoes straight from the vine just can’t be beaten. Tomatoes are easy to grow and produce a high yield, just a couple of plants will provide you with a delicious crop throughout the Summer. Tomatoes can be grown in the ground, in containers and in grow bags.
Our top ideas to celebrate National Gardening Week
Get your spades and watering cans ready! National Gardening Week takes place from 1st – 7th May and is a great way to get your family outdoors and motivated for all things gardening!
Britain Get Growing- Grow Your Own – Herbs
There’s nothing quite like picking homegrown herbs to add to your meal preparations, they are great in stews, casseroles, salads, soups, roasting and even in cocktails!
Outdoor Living Ideas to celebrate the Coronation in style
This May, throw a Coronation Party that will be remembered for years to come! British Garden Centres has a beautiful range of stunning outdoor living products from furniture to solar lights, to help you get into the regal spirit, that will ensure this special garden party is one you won’t forget.
Love Your Lawn – Your Guide to Spring Lawn Care
As warmer weather approaches, the country turns its attention to outdoor living, and lush green lawns become a key summer focus. The lawn is the centrepiece of all gardens and is home to children’s playgrounds and sports. It’s also home to pets, sunbathers, and barbecue enthusiasts.
A regal garden: Everything you need for your Coronation Garden Party
Your local centre has everything you need for the ultimate garden party to celebrate this momentous occasion including furniture and bedding plants for some colourful and patriotic displays.
Your Garden in April
Spring has sprung at last, April is a wonderful time with warmer temperatures and periods of Spring sunshine ( & perhaps the odd shower!).
The garden surges into growth and there is much to do to ensure your garden is beautiful and productive in the months ahead so we have put together a handy April blog do get you started!
Britain Get Growing: What to plant in April?
Nothing beats growing your own plants, fruits, and vegetables. There is nothing like homegrown produce when it comes to taste, freshness, and cost savings.