The sunny Easter weekend got most of us excited about spending the next few months in our garden, enjoying the scenery and the fresh open air. However, if your garden has been neglected over the winter months, you might need a bit of inspiration to get it looking its best again.

National Gardening Week could be just the thing to spur you into action and start consulting landscaping professionals in Lancashire to spruce up your outdoor space.

Taking place between April 29th and May 5th, National Gardening Week celebrates gardening as a hobby, the beauty of greenery, and the rich vegetation that be grown and eaten.

“It inspired more people, particularly the next generation of gardeners, to experience the joy of growing and visiting beautiful green spaces,” a spokesperson for the campaign stated.

Many events are being held by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) across the country to reach out to gardening enthusiasts, and those who are just starting to enjoy looking after their green space.

They are aimed at everyone, young and old, with a variety of gardening experience. For instance, Project Craster is taking place in Hazlehead aimed at teaching children about growing vegetables, with the goal being to save ‘Craster the bear’.

RHS Garden Wisley is also offering a host of activities over the week, including a Tour of Edibles, Wisley Library Show and Tell, and a talk from Keith Hine and Neil Hope from the National Vegetable Society about ‘growing better vegetables’.