RHS issue advice about Legionnaires disease

The Royal Horticultural Society have issued some useful advice about avoiding Legionnaires disease in the garden. Guy Barter, RHS Chief Horticultural Advisor says; "First of all we would like to emphasise that the risk to gardeners of getting Legionnaires and similar diseases is small and with … [Read more...]



Radius Garden Tools Review

Constantly on the the lookout for tools and equipment which help to make digging, planting and weeding more comfortable, we recently got our hands on some tools designed to be easier on the hands and wrists, from the Radius garden tool range; NRG Transplanter, cultivator, weeder and … [Read more...]



Pricking out and potting on

April has begun with a slump in temperatures, howling gales and horizontal rain but the greenhouse is a riot of growth, with many of the seedlings needing to be potted on. Pricking out seedlings may seem tedious to many, but gardener's find this a relaxing and rewarding process. Taking  young … [Read more...]



Flower of the month – Helianthus

Perennial sunflowers or Helianthus are a great way to bring fresh, bright colour to the back of the border in autumn. Flowering into early October, Perennial Helianthus are hardy, vigorous plants with small to large yellow flowers. They can grow from three to seven feet tall, depending on the … [Read more...]



Plant of the month – Sedum

Sedum spectabile or ice plant, is a wonderful flower for adding autumn colour to the border and is loved by bees and butterflies. Growing to a height and spread of around 45 cm, Sedum Spectabile enjoys full sun in light to well drained soil and is hardy enough to survive British … [Read more...]



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