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Whether you are a garden newbie or an experienced green thumb looking to expand your knowledge, take a look through our blogs for gardening inspiration and advice. From vertical growing to lawn care guides, to how to control pests, there is something for everyone.

  • Gardening Tips for March
    The middle of March marks the official beginning of spring. So there’s no better time than now, for gardening tips for March. Growers welcome lo... Read more
  • Tomato Plant Care: A Gardener’s Guide
    Tomatoes are one of the most popular crops for gardeners to grow. With over 15,000 known types, there’s plenty of options available. When home-grown... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for February
    February is crunch time when it comes to preparations for your fruit and vegetable garden. The time has come to get your plot ready for […]... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for January
    A new year brings new beginnings. January can be quiet in the garden, but there is plenty of opportunity to prepare for the coming growing […]... Read more
  • Growing Fruit Trees and Plants: Beginner Tips
    Growing fruit trees and plants is probably one of the most rewarding things you can do from home. You start with a seed/ling, young plant or [&hellip... Read more
  • How to Eliminate Dog Urine Odour from Artificial Grass
    The bacteria in Astro Fresh target uric crystals to break them down and then digest them, eliminating the cause and source of the odour problem...... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for December – Jobs for the Winter Garden
    December is often a time for reflecting on the year that has passed, and for gardeners, this reflection transforms into planning for the next year’s... Read more
  • Tips for Sowing Peas
    Gardening tips to help you get the best harvest of this flavoursome legume… Have you ever wondered why some people refer to peas as sweet [&hell... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for November
      Gardening Tips for November The weather often determines the jobs needed to be done around the garden. In November, most gardeners should be pr... Read more
  • A Grower’s Guide to Harvesting Pumpkins
    It’s October, the month of pumpkins, the national symbol of autumn. Plenty of gardeners would have started harvesting their first pumpkins last ... Read more
  • Tips for Growing Garlic
    Garlic is one of the few crops that can still be grown at this time of year. It’s a crop to keep you busy in […]... Read more
  • Tips for Growing Spring Onions
    For both novice and experienced gardeners alike, growing spring onions is a great idea. They can be thrown into a range of dishes such as […]... Read more
  • Ripen Green Tomatoes Quickly
    In autumn, tomato plants begin to slow down and any fruit they hold that hasn’t matured is unlikely to ripen on its own. Luckily, there […]... Read more
  • Sowing in Autumn: Cauliflower
    Cauliflower is a Top Crop Packed with a wide range of nutrients, its no wonder cauliflower is considered a superfood. Better yet, it explains why [&he... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for October
      Gardening Tips for October For many, October marks the best time to enjoy autumn squash harvests. Better known as pumpkin season. With the last... Read more
  • Home Gardening Tips for Beginners
      Growing your own crops and herbs isn’t reserved for those with an allotment space or garden. That’s a common misconception among apartm... Read more
  • How to Store and Preserve Autumn Vegetables
      Many gardeners either have or are in the process of collecting seasonal autumn harvests. If you’re one of them, congratulations on growin... Read more
  • 5 Recipes to Make with Your Autumn Harvest
    For some, autumn marks the time to take a break from gardening while for others, it’s still the season of labouring away. Whether you’re p... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for September
    Gardening Tips for September Autumn has arrived but the garden grind isn’t over just yet. While we welcome the subdued cool weather of the season’... Read more
  • Why Seaweed Fertiliser? 5 Ways Seaweed Boosts Plant Resistance
        If you didn’t already know, seaweed fertilisers are one of the best plant fertilisers out there. In fact, some coastal growers harvest... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for August
    Despite this being the time when things are seemingly coming to the end, as the most popular gardening period draws to a close. There’s plenty ... Read more
  • 8 Common but Questionable Slug Repellents
    Discover 8 questionable slug repellents and how we put the most popular methods to the test in our video inspired by the RHS’s 2018 research… ... Read more
  • Gardening Tips for July
    July is here and the gardening season is in full swing! That means gardeners should be focusing on enhanced growth and protection of their crops [&hel... Read more
  • Protect Your Plants From The Heat Wave
      This week, UK residents will find themselves in the midst of a heatwave. With strong sunshine and temperatures increasingly climbing as we go t... Read more
  • Dog Urine Lawn Burn: Most Effective Treatment
    Dog owners often think they’ve hit the jackpot when their pup is finally potty trained and starts taking themselves outdoors to do their busines... Read more
  • Why Slug Pellets are Dangerous for Pets, Wildlife and Children
        What are slug pellets? Are slug pellets dangerous? Slug pellets are small cylindrical ‘bullets’. They contain substances poi... Read more
  • What Every Gardener Should Know About Heat Stress
      What is heat stress?   Heat stress can be understood as when the temperature of the environment of a plant is high for a […]... Read more
  • How Young Plants Can Survive the Early Spring Heat
    The early winter months of 2018 feel like they lasted a lifetime but finally we’re in the dawn of spring. We can imagine many gardeners […]... Read more
  • What Gardeners Should Know Before Buying Compost
    In the past we have often talked about the problem with buying compost cheap, it’s often poor quality. We always recommend making your own compo... Read more
  • Why You Should Protect Plants Beneath the Soil
      When you think about gardening your own plants, the focus tends to be on tending to the plant above ground. We don’t consider root [&hell... Read more
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