Gardening Tips for January

Happy New Gardening Year! If you haven’t already started to think about what to grow in the garden then you probably didn’t read last month’s gardening tips about planning for the next growing season. But not to worry, you can thank the winter weather for affording you the time to play catch up after all the…

Beginner Tips for Growing Fruit Trees and Plants

Growing your own fruit is probably one of the most rewarding things you can do from home. You start with a seed/ling, young plant or small tree, tending to and caring for its well being and sooner than you know it, the plant or tree bears you fruit. It almost feels like the plant is…

Gardening Tips for December

December is often a time of reflecting and considering the ups and downs of the year that has passed and for gardeners, this is no different. Many gardeners at this time of year are starting to think about what to grow next year, while a fair amount of you are possibly still tending to current…

The Simple Way to Sow Peas

Have you ever wondered why some people refer to peas as sweet peas? The truth is, they probably weren’t talking about the shop bought kind. Homegrown peas are one of the most popular allotmenteer crops. That’s simply because when picked and eaten fresh, their flavour is miles ahead of their shelved or frozen counterparts. In…

Gardening Tips for November

The weather often determines the jobs needed to be done around the garden and as it’s November, most gardeners by now should be preparing for winter if they haven’t already done so. Similar to how people are more susceptible to colds and flu over the winter season, plants and garden spaces too are sensitive to…