Allotments have long been a hobby and passion for gardeners and nature lovers across the country, but it can be tricky knowing where to start if you’ve never had one before. What to plant, what equipment to get hold of, how much time to dedicate to your new outdoor project… with these things to take into account, it’s a good idea to make sure you don’t go in blind.Read more
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Whether you’re a pro with a pair of secauters or you’re just starting your pruning journey, gardening can help you connect with nature, learn new skills, escape your thoughts, relieve frustrations, gain control and just enjoy being in the outdoors.
Weeds can be the bane of any garden. When you’re trying to get your outdoor spaces looking ready for spring and summer, the last thing you want are weeds sprouting up and ruining what should be a beautiful display.
The warmer months are finally here, and many of us are celebrating by bringing the season inside. You can never have too many houseplants lining your desk, shelves and tables… well, unless you don’t know how to take care of them, that is.
It’s time to tool up for those gardening chores, and we have just the thing!
Spring is here, the sun is shining and it’s time for all things that grow once more. Winter can be dull enough all on its own… but after being coupled up with intermittent lockdowns, the itch we’re all feeling to make the most of the outdoors this year is stronger than ever. That, of course, includes our gardens!
Spring is just around the corner, and that means the chance to get outside, enjoy the outdoors and even get your fingers a little green. Not everyone’s garden has made it through winter, however, and sometimes a little lawn repair is in order before you start throwing the seeds around…
We live in an ever-changing technological era, where there is an app for pretty much anything. There are cooking apps, there are gardening apps, there is even an app where you can virtually pop pimples, as some people find this therapeutic… (For those trying to find this right now, it’s called ‘Pimple Popper’.)