Storing your tools correctly will ensure they remain intact and in good shape, but first, you should know how to get them clean and ready for winter storage.
Here’s what this means for gardeners in the UK.
Whilst the big tasks are undertaken at the end of October and very early November, there are still some tasks that can be started now to get your garden ready to shine next spring.
We all want better access to outdoor spaces and to get in touch with nature after 18 months of the pandemic and the lockdown restrictions. But what if you don’t…
One of the key advantages of artificial turf in Lancashire is that as the nights get longer and the weather gets as typically cold and rainy as you would expect…
Although August is a great time for harvesting berries and enjoying the summer holidays, there is no doubt now is the time to start thinking about next year.
The approach of autumn means that you need to be mindful that there will be things you need to do to get your garden ready for the changing of the seasons.
Here are some tips to keep your garden looking its best at this lovely time of year.
Even the most modest plot can be turned into a beautiful and welcoming space that you will want to spend time in. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Summer is a great time to be enjoying the garden, but it is also when many look at it and think about what they would like to do with it next.