What can you do if you don't have a garden? Indeed, you might not be fit or able enough to access outdoor space. There are ways and means of bringing a garden to you, rather than taking yourself to it. Here's our guide to gardening for those who need to adapt the idea of a garden to suit their individual circumstances...Read more
Gardening as an industry is in constant motion. Contrary to popular belief, enthusiasm rarely slows. Instead, we adaptable humans simply plan according to the times. As we enter autumn, there are as many gardening trends as there are in May. So what’s new for the near future?
House plants - are yours dying to join the trend?
Everyone is loving house plants at present. But some of them will give up on life and turn up their toes with relative ease. Others can live just about anywhere, with the minimum amount of care. So why bother with the tricky set? Its all about shape; structure; size; beauty. And that most elusive quality: extraordinary desirability. How can you not only stop your desirable and trendy house plants from dying, but help them to thrive?Read more
How to cope with dark evenings and why indoor gardening is good for you.
After the clocks turn back in autumn, its time to enjoy cosy evenings indoors rather than out. Theres no reason to abandon your gardening delight, however. There are plenty of ways in which to enjoy indoor gardening whilst still appreciating your autumn and winter garden on the other side of the window pane. One of the most rewarding things you can do is to give yourself the visual treat of a little lighting in the garden. You dont want to flood the space with artificial brightness, however. This disturbs the natural world and confuses wildlife.
How to light your gardenRead more