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Other equipment - Part 2

Today we take one last look at other equipment you may find useful - Wheelbarrow:A wheelbarrow is useful in a large garden for wheeling heavy or bulky materials around. It shoul[...]

Other equipment - Part 1

There are a few other items you might find necessary before you have been at the gardening game for long: Watering Can: A watering can is a must for watering small seedlings and[...]

What tools to buy - Part 3

What tools to buy continued... Rake:  A garden rake is a very necessary piece of equipment. It consists of short metal teeth, usually 11 or 12, projecting from a metal cross-pie[...]

What tools to buy part - Part 2

Today we continue to look at the essential tools for the garden Fork: A garden fork is not quite as essential as a spade, but nevertheless a very useful acquisition. Forks usual[...]

The Tools for the Job

It is no good trying to start a garden with poor tools. Cheap second-hand items are a false economy. I am not going to try to tell you that gardening isn’t a tiring occupation — [...]

Views from the Greenhouse Tips

We have put together some useful tips and advice for you! Plan - It is always best to have a plan as it saves a lot of time and effort. Always bear in mind size of plants, soil[...]

The established garden

The established garden can be the easiest type of garden to inherit, or the hardest. If you take over a property which has been occupied up to the moment you move in, it is mor[...]

The derelict garden

  This is like the brand-new garden, only worse. It is usually found attached to old properties which have remained empty for a long time and then possibly been renovated. [...]

The Brand New Garden

This usually comes with the brand-new house. New gardens vary in size, of course, but these days they tend to be smaller than 30 or 40 years ago and plots of 30 ft by 50 ft (9 m by[...]