This week we take a look at the enchanting 'Lady of the Wood' ~ Betula pendula (Silver Birch)
This week we have a pretty but prickly plant in the spotlight - Berberis (barberry)!
This week we are taking a look at another tree great for both humans and wildlife - Corylus avellana, commonly known as Hazel.
Many people rent properties and cannot always change their garden structure (such as having decked, paved or concreted areas), or you may only have small areas which are paved over. Don't let this stop you from creating a mini wildlife haven on your doorstep this year. Get creative and grow beautiful flowers, shrubs or even … Continue reading No garden? No problem, why not grow a container garden?
Spring isn't too far away now and this week we have a plant that will have your garden abuzz with bumble bees - The Oriental Poppy.
You may wonder what id hedge laying and whats the point? Well laying hedges is an ancient traditional skill which has many benefits for wildlife and the health of your hedge. Read the full article to learn more about hedge laying.
Winter may have arrived, but contrary to popular belief there is plenty of jobs that can be done in the garden.
Got mulch? You may wish to consider using it to protect your plants this winter. Check out our latest blog post to learn how.
As the temperature begins to drop and the days become shorter, many plants are starting to go dormant ready for Winter. This is the perfect time to prune back certain plants ready for Spring. Naturally, this is dependant on what plants are in your garden. While dormant they are less likely to suffer damage from … Continue reading Pruning for spring