When your lawn wakes up from its winter sleep it will be hungry. Make sure you have plenty of spring lawn feed in stock so that you can give the best possible start to the growing season.Read More
British wildflowers are on trend at the moment. They provide easy to care for colour and wildlife interest in gardens of all sizes. But what would it cost to create a wildflower patch in your garden?
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at green roofs for garden buildings.
There’s nothing tastier than fruit and veg eaten fresh from your own garden. If you are planning on growing your own this year, here’s how to find the right soil for the job.
A lovely natural grass lawn is a traditional feature in British Gardens but what if you want something different? We look at a couple of alternative lawns.
Introducing Fran and her wildflower patch in Bury St Edmunds. We’re going to be working with Fran to explore ideas for making wildflower turf even more interesting.
Get your turf orders in good time for the Christmas holidays.
The secret of successful green roof construction lies in understanding what plants need. This article explains more.
Ask a farmer and he’ll tell you that the growing season starts in winter. Winter maintenance really does make a difference so here’s all you need to know about putting your garden to bed for winter.
Find out how to avoid the 3 main threats to winter lawn health as you think about preparing your lawn for winter.