If you've been awaiting a downpour from the skies with baited breath and it comes, do you feel like you can actually smell the rain? You can, and this pleasant smell has a name.
The first week of June has been all about gorgeous blooms working together to create a tapestry of colour which seems to bursting out everywhere.
For many gardeners, there is an ongoing battle to save precious plants and vegetables from the destructive attack of these mini enemies. And yet, it would be inconceivable to believe that slugs do not have an important part to play in the circle of life.
It can often feel like a losing battle in the war to save your favourite plants but there are tried and tested methods which gardeners turn to and a combination of methods is often the best bet!
Whilst it may seem that slugs are having a party in your garden, there are plants on which they are not so keen. This is not a definitive list but it certainly worth considering if slugs are decimating your borders!
There are some plants that slugs just love to eat and planting them can be a party call to all the slugs in the neighbourhood to gather!