Well, folks, as the daylight shortens, sadly it is almost the end of the growing season for us in the Lothians. I hope you have already planted any new acquisitions as they need these a couple of months to develop strong roots before winter sets in.
June is my favourite time of the gardening calendar â€“ from a profusion of fresh green (but not exclusively) delivered in the upper canopy of the trees creating movement, shade and blossom to the explosion of colour throughout the borders, rockeries and the bedding season including hanging baskets. Continue reading June In Bloom
Iâ€™m sure we all feel that the earthâ€™s plastic mountain is out of control and weâ€™d like to help alleviate the problem where we can.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is calling on gardeners to help locate a beneficial garden slug that could be on the verge of extinction in the UK.
Well-considered pairings of food with attractively-arranged flowers are a simple and effective way to bring a touch of early spring into your home.
When most of us want to sell our home we focus on what we can do inside it, but the difference you make on the outside can prove extremely profitable. A well-kept garden can be a growing investment for your property, boosting its value by up to 10 per cent, according to garden maintenance firm Nicenstripy.
Continue reading Grow your Gardenâ€™s Value