Enjoy summertime in the garden
What better place to spend summer than in the garden. Let’s fill your outside space with fragrance and plants that excite the senses.
Whether starting the day with tea and toast on the patio, relaxing in the shade, dining alfresco, or watching the sun setting with a cool drink, what better place to spend summer than in the garden.
There are plenty of plants available in nurseries and garden centres now to add instant colour and impact to summer displays. Many are ready-planted in larger patio pots and hanging baskets that can be put straight outside to enjoy.
Step outside and smell the roses, plus a host of other scented flowers too.
Summer scents are particularly valuable, enjoyed while sitting outside and relaxing in your own garden.
Being creative brings with it many benefits, and gardening is the perfect pastime for this.
Now is the perfect time to plan and plant for bright, colourful displays and productive plots.
Paint your garden with colourful plants and brighten your outlook throughout the year!
Develop displays of plants around different colour themes.
This spring we're talking: mother nature's gym, experiment with colour, and get your prescription for gardening.
Spring is in the air, and there’s no better time to start planning and planting colourful displays to enjoy over the months ahead.
Whether it’s drifts of golden daffodils or a multi-coloured kaleidoscope of tulips, spring bulbs are the perfect choice to fill borders, patio pots and window boxes.
What do you want from your garden? How to choose a planting style to suit your mood.
Gardens can be created in many popular styles. Be creative and have fun and expressing your own personality.
Gardening really is good for you! How to create year round colour and interest.
By creating a garden that looks great all-year-round you’ll not only have a beautiful outlook but more opportunities to be tempted outside throughout the year to stay active and grow yourself healthy.
This winter we're talking: garden therapy, meet in the local wildlife, the healing power of plants.