Have you ever grown pink, purple or blue potatoes? Here's your chance!
The Japanese celebrate this time of the year with Hanami which quite literally are cherry blossom viewing parties.
A simple and easy lockdown activity to do with your children which will incorporate art and language skills as well as teaching them to grow something edible and to reuse, recycle and repurpose household waste!
How can it be the middle of April already? Time is moving far too quickly and with all the dry, warmer weather we've been having, the garden is on a race to perform!
This Easter Sunday I am delighted to be able to give you something which will last longer and be way more satisfying than an Easter egg! It's your chance to get your hands on your very own Plantsurge!
Being on lockdown is giving me a great chance to try out all the exciting products from last month's Garden Press Event. For those of us lucky enough to have a garden, at this moment in time it is an absolute blessing to be able to spend time it.
I cannot tell you the joy I feel each year when the majestic Shuttlecock Ferns start to unfurl in the dark recess of the shady, boggy border!
There's no better isolation idea which will tick the boxes for art and design, maths and geography and which can be done both as an indoor and outdoor project for hours and hours of endless fun! Grab some paper, pencils, a ruler and maybe an eraser so your children can start to draw out a map of their garden.