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.
RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch
The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch returns January 27th – 29th. We encourage you all to get your gardens ready for a weekend of observing our feathered friends.
The 5 senses in Gardening
Catering for all five senses is important too. Sensory input to both stimulates and relax is critical for these children, more so than it is for the rest of us.
Is your garden fit for a Queen?
What better reason to have a garden party than the upcoming royal jubilee? There’s plenty of time to prepare your garden in regal fashion; here are my top tips for a colourful summer.
Chocolate isn’t just for Easter! Chocolate plants make it possible to enjoy the colour and or scent all summer long.
April is Here, and so is Spring
Warmer weather, longer days and April showers all come together to herald the time of year when we naturally head towards the outdoors. In the last few days of March, flowers started to appear in abundance – particularly magnolias, one of my favourite spring flowers.