Mint is great to grow in the garden, despite the horror stories. It stays green all Summer, looks and smells great and can be used in mint sauses, mint tea and Summer cocktails like Pimms and mojitios.
From as early as March through to mid-May, the colourful cups of Tulip flowers adorn our gardens, parks and roadsides and what a sight they are to behold!
If you want to be making Leek and Potato soup all Winter, now is a good time to sow Leek seeds outside.
So many people say they would love to be able to garden but just can't, don't know how or where to start. Don't overthink it, just get out and start gardening with these top tips.
It is good to know what is on trend this year in the world of gardening. Here are five garden trends for 2019 which you can incorporate into every garden.
Onions like a firm, fertile soil in a sunny site. Don't worry if you haven't prepared your bed in the Autumn or don't have access to home-made compost or manure, here's what to do!
Parsley is an easy herb to grow if you are a novice gardener and looking to grow something green which you can also eat. Moving into April is a great time to sow Parsley outside when the soil is warming up. Parsley needs some shade to stop it from flowering and going over too quickly... Continue Reading →