1. Here's 12 simple ideas for your summer garden

    12 ideas for June and the summer garden

    Glorious June! With it comes the desire to make the most of the garden during all those long, pleasurable daylight hours. Whatever the weather, there’s no getting away from the fact that this magical month plays host to the longest day on 21st of the month, which can be viewed as the start of summer time. What’s not to love about balmy light evenings, fresh, colourful perennials, lush lawns and apples forming on the fruit trees? Read more
  2. If I put climbing plants on my walls and fences, will they do any damage?

    Do climbing plants damage vertical walls and fences?

    As the RHS Chelsea Flower Show gradually fades into memory, most garden lovers are experiencing an emotional high. The boost of enthusiasm generated by what might be the greatest flower show on earth will remain long after the gardens have been dismantled and hopefully re-homed. So, now’s the time to act in order to make hopes and dreams turn into reality. Early summer is just about here, and glorious gardens await your attention! Read more
  3. 7 sensational reasons to enjoy the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

    7 sensational reasons to love the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 

    RHS Chelsea Flower Show opens to the public next week on 22 May, 2018.  This is possibly the world's most famous flower show and it will lead us wisely and soothingly towards the summer.  It's so easy to become enthused by all the ideas and perfection that’s on display. But don’t allow yourself to feel overwhelmed by the difference between your own plot and the photogenic masterpieces that you see on your TV. Or in the green, if you are lucky enough to visit in person. Read more
  4. Roses are red, white, pink and even blue, but why are they our favourite flower?

    Roses say so many things, I love you, thank you, sorry... and more. Why do we love roses?

      There are few people that don’t love roses. The scent, appearance, colour and style has almost universal appeal. Especially in May and June when this magnificent shrub excels like no other. The rose is the national flower of England. But why are so many people in love with roses?

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  5. 10 Ways to get kids out into the garden this spring

    Here's 10 ideas to get kids involved in the garden!

    Young children love gardening. The outdoor world holds such joy for small people who can be inspired by the wonders of nature to a point where it influences their future life. Every minute spent in the garden as a pre-school child or primary pupil is a valuable experience, especially during our era of digital obsession. Read more