Garden

A Small Greenhouse For Beginners

If you follow me over on Instagram, you’ll know that I am excited as I have recently got started with my own greenhouse. It’s a small greenhouse for beginners and I am having fun pottering about out there and propagating various plants. I wouldn’t have guessed that I would need and use something so much …

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4 Simple Ways To Revamp Your Garden When You’re Renting

This is a collaborative post When a home is rented, whether you are the landlord or the tenant, the garden and outside areas can be tricky to manage. Most tenants will want to enjoy spending time out in their gardens, but everyone has different ideas of what they want from a garden. As tenants can …

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On Becoming A Plant Lady

A few years ago, I caught the gardening bug. I’m still not sure how or what finally triggered it, but after many years of complete disinterest, the pastime grabbed me. I not only appreciated all that was growing in my garden, I started to want to shape it and to tend it. Several years in …

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5 Easy Ways To Improve Your Garden

We’re not all green-fingered, we don’t all love gardening, but most us would like our gardens to look nice. We would like to enjoy spending our time out there, and maybe, just maybe, over time we will develop an interest and learn more to keep that interest alive. This is me now. I used to …

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BBC Gardeners’ World Live

I received press tickets to this event A few days ago we went along to BBC Gardeners’ World Live and, as always, we had brilliant day. It’s become something of an annual date for my mum and I. My mum is my gardening guru, everything that I know I have learned from her. And it …

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Things You Need To Know Before Buying Artificial Grass

This is a collaborative post Artificial grass seems to be the new trend for modern homes nowadays. Artificial grass offers a more convenient way of having a natural-looking grass in your lawn while not having the need to maintain it regularly like mowing and watering. Aside from that, it retains its colours throughout the seasons. …

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Make Your Garden A Haven For Wildlife In 3 Simple Steps

If you have a bit of a jungle in your back garden rather than a well coiffed lawn, some shrubs and an array of flowers, you may be keen to give your outside space a bit of a facelift. Before you launch head first into any makeover, consider what you want from your back garden. …

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7 Simple Ways To Improve Your Garden This Autumn

7 Simple Ways To Improve Your Garden This Autumn

I am a fair weather gardener. During the spring I am chomping at the bit to get out there to tidy things up and see what’s starting to push up. In the summer I am out there most days, tending to this and that or just meandering about and enjoying all the new buds. Then …

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Creating a Rose Garden

I adore roses, they are my favourite of all plants and as such, I have a fair few in my garden. And by a fair few, I mean at least twenty at last count, and I may have overlooked one or two. I must get back out and check! As such, I’ve been been toying …

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Wanting To Get Outside In My Garden Again!

I feel like this has been a long winter. A long, long winter. And given that winter is my least favourite season, I want it to end now. I am itching to get out into the garden again. I am definitely a fair weather gardener, I like to potter about out there when it warms …

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Tree2MyDoor Review & Competition

When Tree2MyDoor got in touch with me, I got a bit excited. As regular readers will know, I really enjoy gardening, and as soon as I looked at their website, I was impressed with the huge range of trees and shrubs that they have on offer. Tree2mydoor are an award winning tree gifts company based …

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Word of the Week 24/6/16

Hello and welcome to Word of the Week! If you’re new here, Word of the Week is a nice and simple weekly linky, with everyone welcome to pop by and share. You reflect back on the past week and sum it up in one word. Then share your word with us in a blog post, …

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5 Tips for Encouraging Wildlife into your Garden

I went along to the inspiring Gardeners’ World Live exhibition a few days ago, and as well as adoring it and coming away with a fair few new plants, I also came away with ideas. I found that the show clarified for me what I wanted from my garden, which now has me excited and …

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Win Tickets to Gardeners’ World Live!

Gardeners’ World Live is on at the NEC next month, and I am so looking forward to going! I’m going child-free, with my mum, who knows more about gardening than anyone I know, so it feels like I will have an expert guide with me! It’ll be lovely to have the day with just my …

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Batavia Maxxheat: Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer Review

I have a new gadget and it’s a garden gadget, my favourite kind. It’s a weed killer that is completely chemical-free, as it relies solely on heat. Let me share with you tour Batavia Maxxheat: Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer review… About The Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer From Batavia this is a …

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Win ‘The Children’s Garden’

We’ve recently been sent a copy of The Children’s Garden: Loads of Things to Make & Grow by Matthew Appleby. It is packed full of fun ideas and projects for getting the kids involved outside, and even inside during the colder months with gardening-inspired activities. A garden can be a place for discovery, creativity and …

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