In the UK, National Compost Week runs from March 13 – March 19, and what better time to get to know your soil?
Britain Get Growing: Fun Grow Your Own Activities
With the School Easter holidays in a few weeks, we thought we’d put together some fun Grow Your Own activities you can do at home to keep the children entertained.
Your Garden in March
The weather is starting to warm up this March and as we get into early spring, there are lots of jobs to do in your garden. Spring is the start of the gardening season and is the time to get started in your garden and work hard to create a beautiful space in your home this year.
Top 5 Gardening Tools for Beginners
The top 5 gardening accessories for beginners this spring season.
Your Garden in December
It’s finally December and the start of the UK winter season. As well as the important jobs like celebrating the festive season, there are a few jobs and activities to do around the garden this December.
Your Garden in October
This October there is plenty to do in your garden from planting bulbs to raking leaves. Much like the previous month, it’s all about preparing for the upcoming spring and the next harvest. Planning is crucial as what you plant now is how your garden will look next year.
Find your summer style – how to choose the best garden furniture
This year, bring a new sense of occasion and sophistication into your garden with garden furniture from your British Garden Centres store.
Summer in England
I have now been writing this article for 10 years so I thought I would look back to the first one I wrote to see what I said then. Oh my, how times have changed in just 10 years! This was the opening paragraph….
Mood-Boosting Gardening Tips To Skip The January Blues
Did you know you can beat the January blues and Blue Monday with a little bit of gardening?
New Year’s Resolutions for Your Garden
New Year’s Resolutions are obviously topical at the moment, but have you thought about making New Year’s Resolutions for the way you manage your garden?