There is nothing better than eating apples or pears that have been picked from a fruit tree in your own garden. Fruit trees, especially apple and pear trees, are incredibly easy to plant and maintain, and depending on the type of tree you choose, often thrive in medium sized gardens, as well as large spaces. […]
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Category Archive: Grow Your Own
1. Scarify and aerate your lawn Using a metal lawn rake, apply pressure to the lawn whilst raking to remove the ‘thatch’ – layers of moss and debris that collect around the grass. Use an aerator tool to punch regular holes in your lawn, and brush in some Lawn and turf topdressing. Finally, apply an […]
New season’s bulbs come into the garden centres from mid-August. The earlier you buy them the fresher they are and there will be a greater selection to choose from.
Tomatoes and peppers require similar growing conditions and so can be grown together. It’s really easy to do and very rewarding when you are able to eat the fruits of your labour!
The Rhododendron family is a very large plant family. It includes both Rhododendrons and Azaleas.
- December – what to do in your garden this month
- Jobs to do in your garden in January
- Ways to dispose of your real Christmas tree
- Keeping your pets comfortable this Winter
- Jobs for the Garden this Winter
- Christmas tree decorating hacks
- How to get the best from your Poinsettia
- Taking Care of your Christmas tree
- Christmas Eve Box Ideas for Kids & All the Family
- November – what to do in your garden this month