Indoor plants are so easy to care for with just a few basic pieces of knowledge.
This week's #sixonsaturday, celebrates some of the fading past glory of the garden, appreciates the colour of the present and looks forward to the future Spring burst of bulbs and flowers in the pots and hanging baskets.
Winter weather should not stop you from being able to grow and harvest fresh greens to add to soups, salads, sandwiches and smoothies! Growing microgreens on your kitchen windowsill is quick, easy, rewarding and so good for you nutritionally!
The humble houseplant is enjoying something of a trendy revival at the moment as a stylish home styling accessory.
All but a few Leeks remain to be lifted from this year's harvest so it's a great time of year to look back over the successes and challenges of the growing season.
With their tall, spiky, green stems and funnel shaped flowers which burst into beautiful blooms in a myriad of colours, gorgeous Gladioli are definitely the glamour queens of the late Summer, early Autumn garden!
Crisp, clear mornings, dew on the grass and some hard frost this week: Autumn is most definitely starting to bite! And yet, many little gems are still proudly defying the seasonal changes and continuing to bloom their head off!
You may think of a bright, orange Pumpkin as little more than the traditional decoration for Halloween but think again: it is also an incredibly nutritious food and as the flesh from inside the pumpkin as well as the seeds, leaves and flowers can all be eaten, it makes it a vegetable which will more than cover the return you put in for growing it.