Don’t forget the Birds and the Bees !

Don’t forget the Birds and the Bees !

Whilst we’re busy admiring our wonderful gardens, spare a thought for some of the wonderful creatures that also share our plots! Our feathered friends have certainly become the gardener’s best friend but we are often rather guilty of over looking them at this time of...
Your Garden in July

Your Garden in July

For cooks as well as gardeners, why not plant a herb container for summer recipes? Herbs are easy to grow and benefit from regular trimming, which will produce more young shoots. Lots of herbs are also good to pep up your normal salad leaves. Feed your containers...
Your Garden in June

Your Garden in June

Roses should be regularly deadheaded to encourage new flowers. Rambling Roses can have some of the old wood removed after flowering and the young, vigorous shoots tied in. Feed after flowering with a suitable fertilizer, such as Top Rose and keep them mulched with...