Whether you've woken up to a blanket of snow this morning, have had snow for days or are still waiting on those first flutters, snow cover, believe it or not, can actually be quite beneficial for the trees and shrubs in your garden.
Never before has it been as easy to record the progress in your garden in a visual way at the touch of a button! I cannot shout enough about the value of photographing your garden regularly!
It is thought that Aloe Vera gel be used in everything from banishing black and blue bruises to taking the sting out of an insect bite, from fighting athlete's foot to shrinking warts.
As January starts to bite, I thought I'd share #SixonSaturday from my garden as I went in search of the green!
Plants like Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe are all a hugely popular part of our Christmas decorations. All these traditional evergreens have deep rooted symbolic meanings associated with this time of year.
What could you make from sticks gathered in the garden, a few leftover Christmas baubles, a bit of string and a cheap set of battery operated Christmas lights?
Armed with my trusty secateurs, I prowled the garden foraging for evergreens to chop and ended up with so much foliage that my kitchen looked like the back end of a florist's workshop!
Nothing says Christmas like a red Ponsietta plant adorning your festive mantlepiece! Here are the best tips to help your Ponsietta survive the festive season!
Rosemary is sold as an on-trend Christmas plant pruned in the form of a Christmas tree. Its fresh piney scent is uplifting in the middle of a dreary Winter and you can always snip off bit to add to stews and roasts.