February 3, 2016 - Get ahead of the crowd by getting your essential fruit and veg seeds sown in plenty of time to germinate and thrive.
February 9, 2016 - With Valentine's Day almost upon us, it's time to embrace romance and what better place to start than in the garden!
March 9, 2016 - Because how else are you going to eat fresh, organic vine tomatoes throughout the late summer months for less than a fiver?
March 24, 2016 - Dust off your gardening gloves and wipe down your tools, the UK and Ireland’s gardening season has officially begun!
A quick 3-point checklist to get your garden BBQ-ready in under a week!
April 4, 2016 - Advice for those wanting to take a natural approach to gardening.
April 22, 2016 - With RHS Chelsea fast approaching we're getting excited about the latest flowers.
Create your own bespoke plant labels from common household items
April 27, 2016 - Despite the less than perfect weather, there’s still plenty you can do in your garden this weekend.
May 18, 2016 - No colour in your garden? Don't despair...there's still an easy way to get bright, blooming beds, borders and containers.
A really simple, yet indulgent dessert, perfect for making the most of this season’s strawberries!
July 20, 2016 - Hints and tips to keep your garden looking fresh while you're on holiday.
September 20, 2016 - Ease yourself into autumn with our Sep/Oct gardening guide!
November 8, 2016 - The humble houseplant is having a bit of a resurgence at the moment.
Gifts any gardener would love to unwrap on Christmas Day.
A great addition to any Christmas dinner or Sunday roast!
The Peckish Winter Warmer Easy Feeder makes a great stocking filler idea
February 6, 2017 - A growing number of gardeners are seeking natural and organic alternatives to chemicals.
Give yourself a boost with this tasty Blueberry and Spinach Smoothie.
As autumn arrives it's time to harvest your cooking apples. If you're not sure what to do with them all, why not try your hand at this old favourite.
Earlier this year, the BBC ran a poll to find out the nation’s best loved bird. More than 200,000 people took part and asked to vote on their favourite bird.
Did you know that finches can feel empathy, robins are territorial and bullfinches are shy?
If you’ve been watching the reality show First Dates, you’ll see there’s a lot us humans still have to learn about the intricate arts of the dating scene.
Try out our fun bird-related games and activities for children by clicking on the pictures below.
30 Oct 2017 - Did you know, there are 1.5 million identified species of insects in the world, with around 27,000 species in Britain alone? That’s a lot of creepy crawlies!
January 15, 2018 - With the festivities over, now is the perfect time to create some moments of joy to lift your spirits in the midst of winter.
Our modern-day homes can have some airborne ‘chemicals’ - but some houseplants can assist in reducing these from our homes by purifying the air.
Fireside planning involves sitting down with a notebook, seed catalogue and a few good gardening books or magazines.
It’s a great time to get ahead in the garden, chitting potatoes, sowing vegetables and flowers like Sweet Peas.
The gardening season is nearly here! Start sowing veg, cutting the lawn and combating weeds.
By April, the days have started lengthening and the weather is getting a lot warmer.
May is here and spring is starting to come to an end whilst summer is getting closer. This month is where plant growth seems to speed up and everything comes into bloom.
June is the month when you have long summer days and warm light evenings. This makes the garden most enjoyable, especially with all the flowers bringing fragrance and colour to your garden.
July is generally one of the hotter months of the year, so keeping plants well watered is key.
A growing trend in gardening this year are Kokedama, they are a new and exciting way of displaying houseplants.
Holiday season is here and gardens are hot, hot hot!
Although autumn unmistakably arrives this month, the huge availability of tender perennials means we can all ensure our gardens remain colourful for a few more weeks.
It's getting colder, which signals an autumn tidy and remembering to care for our feathered friends
It’s now getting a lot colder and there’s less daylight hours. But don’t put your garden to bed for the winter just yet!
Digging, clearing up after storms and caring for garden birds is just the respite needed to deal with the traumas of Christmas shopping!
January is a great time for staying indoors and planning your garden for the year ahead
There are three main plant nutrients, and each is essential for the development of a certain part of a plant.
March 25, 2015 - A warm dry summer followed by the normal winter bashing means our need some much-needed TLC.
April 23, 2015 - The slug and snail population is really prolific at the moment. A couple of wet years has caused an explosion in numbers!
Resolva Powerpump is a great product to use to kill weeds.
June 22, 2015 - I have always loved roses, always grown roses, and always looked after my roses to the point of near obsession!
July 13, 2015 - We Brits do like a nice lawn. To get the best-looking one on the street, concentrate on thickness.
Watching the birds in the garden is a great joy for many gardeners. It is important to remember that these birds need feeding.
The one thing that most gardeners hate most is weeding! Resolva Liquid shots area great solution for this.
Just the thing to serve when the nights get cold and dark!
November 2, 2015 - Gardening is easier, faster and more enjoyable if you have the right equipment.
Autumn and winter is a great time to nourish the soil for the following year.
Mix up one of these beauties in the kitchen, then sit back and relax in the garden. Go on, you've earnt it!!
Get juicy tender steaks, cutlets and ribs by marinating with this excellent home-made barbecue sauce.
Enjoy a ligher version of the classic burger by wrapping it in homegrown lettuce leaves instead of bread
Nothing says British springtime has arrived like the taste of home-grown asparagus.
Make the most of the British asparagus season by creating these little bundles of joy
This can be made with any rhubarb, but is best with bright pink forced rhubarb, straight from the garden!
A great remedy for a festive-induced hangover!
Brew up a batch of this tasty soup and feel really smug, fit and healthy for the rest of the day!
Unless you have a very large family, it can be very easy to let a glut of tomatoes go to waste.
Who can resist a fluffy baked potato filled with lashings of cream cheese and a sprinkle of chives?
January 14, 2016 - I can't wait to get started on some new plants for 2016!
A simple tasty treat that is much better for you than anything you could buy in the shop!
December 18, 2015 - It's at this time of year when our gardening moves seamlessly from the outdoors to the indoors.
December 4, 2015 - Christmas traditions for gardeners....how many can you tick off the list?
November 27, 2015 - Give your garden birds some cake this winter to keep them warm!
October 15, 2015 - A nugget that offers the very best nutrition possible, for garden birds!
October 7, 2015 - Autumn is a great time to make corrections to your lawn after the summer foot traffic, heat and sun
September 4, 2015 - Without mulching, a garden remains just a place for some plants, however with mulching, it becomes a paradise!
August 24, 2015 - Go in any garden centre and there will be one thing that becomes obvious to you straight away. It’s bulb-planting season.
August 21, 2015 - There are two important things, I have found, when it comes to pest control. Vigilance and Resolva Bug Killer...
August 4, 2015 - Ease your watering burden to keep hanging basket and containers thriving this August!
July 27, 2015 - Here is my run-down of what I’ll be sowing in the greenhouse over the next two or three weeks.
July 21, 2015 - With a drier than average spring and summer, ants are having a booming time both indoors and outdoors.
June 15, 2015 - No, it's not too late to start sowing - June is an excellent time to sow a whole host of flowers and crops.
May 26, 2015 - Few of us are aware of what does on behind the scenes at Wimbledon to keep the court in tip-top condition.
May 18, 2015 - Fewer and fewer of us these days have the time to worry about such pernickety things as counting the days between feeds.
April 28, 2015 - Do you remember seeing your granddad on his allotment, shoveling bucket-loads of horse manure into his runner bean trenches?
April 18, 2015 - When it comes to potting up patio containers I want simplicity and convenience from my compost.
April 16, 2015 - I love a good lawn. My background is with the velvety swards of London’s Royal Parks.
April 2, 2015 - It’s not rocket science, as they say, to know that a weed is a bad thing in the garden.
March 3, 2015- Gardeners are just entering the busiest months of the year, and the greenhouse is at the heart of this frenzy of activity. Make sure you are stocked up on compost needed at this time of year.
February 1, 2015 - Sniffing the first sweet pea of the year is one of gardening’s great pleasures, and it really lifts the spirits. Nearly all annual sweet peas offer a fabulous fragrance, but some are stronger than others.
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