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If you are not a keen gardener but still want your garden to look stunning, why not consider adding to your green-fingered efforts by creating a theme and accessorising with some garden decoration to compliment your greenery. Themed gardens are really popular and can still incorporate some stunning plants that match your theme. The Japanese

May is an excellent month in the garden. Spring is just about to give way to summer – we hope – and there are plenty of jobs that you can earmark for this month. It usually means that the frosty mornings have become a think of the past for a few months and we can

Greenhouses seem to attract clutter. The purpose of the greenhouse is to assist the gardener and provide a warmer area for plants to germinate and grow and to house any plants that will not thrive out in the wilds of the garden. However, if your greenhouse gets too messy then achieving anything can seem almost

Over the last few years, there has been a lot of interest in self-sufficiency and growing your own food at home. Generally, people with no background in home growing tend to stick to veggies as this is considered easy pickings. Fruit tends to make people mutter and beat a hasty retreat as people feel that

Keen gardeners are always interested in sharing information with one other and learning new gardening techniques. They also love to keep up to date with the latest gardening trends! This article will share the 9 of the most popular trends of 2018, to provide you with some inspiration for your garden. #1 — Gardening is

Gardeners have been using companion planting for centuries. It is a technique where you place different species of plants in close proximity to repel insects, promote growth, encourage pollination, or provide habitat for beneficial creatures. Companion planting used to be a very common gardening technique, but it fell out of favour with gardeners in the

Brits may live in a stunning country with plenty of glorious countrysides but there is one thing we can all agree on, and that is the weather is not always great. UK winters tend to be wet; spring tends to be wet, well you get the picture. Sadly the constant rain is not so good

A great way to brighten up your garden and create a new look is to used recycled objects. There are many exciting things that may otherwise have gone out for rubbish that can be used to add colour and shape to a dull garden. Here are some great ideas to get you started. Old tyres

There are many gardens with grass areas, some are just postage stamps, and others are grand striped cricket pitch affairs. No matter how big or small your lawn you will need to take care of it appropriately. People are often confused about the best way to care for a garden, so we have put together

Bees are essential for the ecology of the world. That might sound a little dramatic, but it is actually true. The job they do is vital for the survival of several plant species, but sadly these tiny buzzing insects are under threat. Significant pesticides and intensive farming methods are killing off the bees. So rather