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Organic gardening: 10 ways to get started
Organic gardening is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to expensive, tasteless and out of season fruit and...
Why use organic and natural pesticides?
Organic and natural methods are very popular with home gardeners who want to decrease their dependence on chemicals in...
Why is gardening good?
There is plenty of goodness in gardening, and here are some of the top ways you can benefit from getting into your...
Grow your own on a budget
Growing your own food is an easy, cost-effective and fun activity which will not only save you a few pennies but also...
Getting kids involved in the garden
Getting kids involved in gardening from an early age instils them with new skills, curiosity and maybe even a lifelong...
10 vegetables to plant in summer
Keeping blooms bursting with life and staying on top of cropping means there’s plenty to keep you busy in the summer.
Enriching your garden soil
Getting to know your soil and how you can give your plants a head-start will keep your garden looking its best.
September planting and harvesting guide
September is when we can begin to welcome autumn into the garden.
August planting and harvesting guide
August is a glorious month to enjoy the ripening fruit and veg that you’ve been growing this year.
Recipe: sautéed garlic rainbow chard
Rainbow chard is an easy, rewarding crop to grow, and as an ingredient can be used in a variety of tasty ways.
Bring the fragrance indoors
By introducing fragranced plants to our homes and gardens, we’re inviting the aromas to lift our spirits and make them...
June planting and harvesting guide
June brings us into the heat of summer, where lack of rain poses the biggest threat to crops.
Clematis – sometimes known as the queen of the climbers – are very versatile climbing plants.