Fresh Blogs

Dainty flowers in dusty shadows

When I lived in France, there was a tradition that in mid-August - the fifteenth to be precise (the holiday for the Assumption of the Virgin Mary) - meant huge thunderstorms, spell[...]

A Cut Above

A recent visit to Devon to see my parents provided the ideal opportunity to do a bit of what I call ‘titivating’ - those light garden jobs that aren’t too strenuous. Deadheading be[...]

Courgettes

    Ah courgettes, the taste of summer. We lucky gardeners can easily get our hands on all manner of varieties not available in the shops - they can be brig[...]

Rain or Tap Water?

The warmer weather is here which means a drier period for the garden so it’s time to water or spray your plants! Which is the best water to use – tap water or rain wate[...]

Watery Wisdom

The change over the last month on the allotment has been incredible. Where before was bare soil and neat little rows of seedlings there’s now a lush jungle. My sweetcorn plants hav[...]

It's Showtime

For many of us garden industry insiders, May, June and July are the busiest months of the year. It’s ironic that the moment your own patch needs you the most is the time when you’r[...]

 

Featured Blogs

Clematis Plants

The clematis is a popular plant. And it is easy to see why. They have beautiful flowers, grow easily and are a colourful eye catcher in your garden! Spalding Plant & Bulb Co. h[...]

Make your own Compost

Make a Compost Heap September is a good month to clean up the garden. All 'waste' you can use for your own compost heap. Advantages: no fertiliser costs, less rubbish bags, less[...]