Reduce plastic consumption in the garden is an idea that may be getting overlooked. Using less plastic is the buzz-phrase of 2018 and I couldn’t agree more. We’ve had the stone age, the bronze age and now we’re in the plastic age.
It’s a Friday and you know what that means – today we sit back, scroll and watch as I give my run down of my favourite gardening Buzzfeed videos. Gardening Buzzfeed videos are brilliant! Nifty videos cover arts and crafts and Tasty videos cover food and recipes.
Gardening Buzzfeed videos are brilliant! Nifty videos cover arts and crafts and Tasty videos cover food and recipes. I’m often watching gardening and outdoor related Buzzfeed Nifty videos or Buzzfeed Tasty videos via YouTube or Facebook.
If you have a mother who has an allotment, loves to garden or a mother who loves flowers and plants I’ve cobbled together some gift ideas to salute Mother’s Day 2018. Monty Don – Down to Earth Down to Earth by Monty Don was published last year and from what I can see, has been […]
Every now and then I take a look at the search terms that bring readers to my blog and I pick out the questions and search terms that need answering.
If you’re a fair weather gardener and you want to get outside and get going, but the the baltic temperatures are putting you off – here ten things you can do for your garden or allotment when it’s absolutely freezing outside.
It’s Father’s Day and the summer is well and truly here! If you’ve been looking for that perfect gift of appreciation here’s some quick fixes to get you through that last minute Father’s Day rush. Natural Pine Picnic Bench – https://bit.ly/2sbzWYh – At least half an hours worth of ‘putting something together’ enjoyment right there! […]
I’m not the only on that’s noticed that April has been one of the driest months since I can remember at the allotment- there were no April showers, and May flowers have taken a longer than usual if I’m honest. As a result, it was announced this week that a hosepipe ban is likely for areas […]
How to combat horsetail is often a question asked many growers and gardeners. Horsetail (often referred to inaccurately as mare’s tail) has been plaguing gardens and allotments since the dinosaurs roamed the earth. They crop up along the side of railway tracks and soon spread from garden to garden. Their roots are deep and prolific […]
I’m hoping you’re more prepared than I am when it comes to gardening and Mother’s Day and that you’ve managed to purchase a gift in time. If not, do not fear… Here’s some quick fixes to get you through that last minute Mother’s Day rush. Remember – you can always say, “I ordered it, but […]