Planting and Pruning Your Roses Planting and Pruning Your Roses

Choosing your rose Roses come in many types with different heritage benefits and growth habits. Flor ...

Planting and Pruning Your Roses

June Gardening Tips June Gardening Tips

Winter may have arrived but there's still loads to be done in the garden. It's the perfect time to p ...

June Gardening Tips

How to Create an English Cottage Garden How to Create an English Cottage Garden

A cottage garden, also known as a romantic garden, is where old and new plants mingle together. This ...

How to Create an English Cottage Garden

5 Common Gardening Mistakes 5 Common Gardening Mistakes

We've all made mistakes in the garden. Whether is was planting your sun loving strawberries in the s ...

5 Common Gardening Mistakes

Feijoa and Almond Crumble Feijoa and Almond Crumble

The perfect pudding for Mother's Day! INGREDIENTS 8 large feijoas, depending upon size use more or l ...

Feijoa and Almond Crumble

DIY Succulent Planter DIY Succulent Planter

Totally 'on trend' right now are succulents and here we've combined them with the eye-catching creat ...

DIY Succulent Planter

Top Tips for Tip Top Bulbs Top Tips for Tip Top Bulbs

Before you slip into hibernation for the winter, now is the time to get ready for the joy of bringin ...

Top Tips for Tip Top Bulbs

How to Grow a Kitchen Garden How to Grow a Kitchen Garden

In its simplest form, a kitchen garden produces fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs for delicious and ...

How to Grow a Kitchen Garden

Happy Homes with Houseplants Happy Homes with Houseplants

For many of us, the idea of creating gorgeous green spaces around our homes is nothing new, but this ...

Happy Homes with Houseplants

How to Take Your Outdoor Area to the Next Level How to Take Your Outdoor Area to the Next Level

We all know that food looks more appealing when you serve it in different styles of dishes on a beau ...

How to Take Your Outdoor Area to the Next Level

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    Planting and Pruning Your Roses

    Choosing your rose Roses come in many types with different heritage benefits and growth habits. Floribunda – produces masses of smaller flowers. Hybrid tea – produces fewer flowers but larger individual blooms. Bush roses – most commonly chosen and covering a vast number of colours, heights and characteristics. Climbing roses – these varieties are best used over fences, pergolas …

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    June Gardening Tips

    Winter may have arrived but there’s still loads to be done in the garden. It’s the perfect time to plant new fruit trees and roses, as well as some scented favourites such as daphne and camellias. Below you will find our top edible and flower garden tips for June.   Edible Garden Plant new fruit …

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    How to Create an English Cottage Garden

    A cottage garden, also known as a romantic garden, is where old and new plants mingle together. This style of garden is for people who love having flowers to pick, who enjoy a rambling, informal garden and enjoy pottering around discovering ‘garden treasures’. A cottage/English garden recreates the past. Paths and low hedges of lavender …

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    5 Common Gardening Mistakes

    We’ve all made mistakes in the garden. Whether is was planting your sun loving strawberries in the shade, or showering your plants with too much love (and water), and drowning them! Gardening can be a bit trial and error. Some things flower and thrive and some struggle and die. Below we outline 5 top mistakes that are …

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    Feijoa and Almond Crumble

    The perfect pudding for Mother’s Day! INGREDIENTS 8 large feijoas, depending upon size use more or less 1 Tbsp butter, plus 60g extra for topping 1 Tbsp honey 100ml dessert wine ⅓ cup brown sugar 1 tsp baking powder 40g ground almonds 2 Tbsp crystalised ginger, finely chopped Handful of roasted almonds 60g flour DIRECTIONS …

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    DIY Succulent Planter

    Totally ‘on trend’ right now are succulents and here we’ve combined them with the eye-catching creation of a wall garden. This DIY project is a match made in heaven; succulents are super easy to plant and ideal to grow in pots and planters. And because they store water in their fleshy leaves, stems and roots, …

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    Top Tips for Tip Top Bulbs

    Before you slip into hibernation for the winter, now is the time to get ready for the joy of bringing beautiful bulbs to life in the coming spring. Bulbs can be planted in pots, tubs, or even old boots or wheelbarrows, if you’re feeling creative. Follow our top tips below for spring bulb success!   …

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    How to Grow a Kitchen Garden

    In its simplest form, a kitchen garden produces fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs for delicious and healthy meals. A kitchen garden doesn’t have to be right outside the kitchen door, but the closer it is, the better. Think about it this way: the easier it is for you to get into the garden, the more …

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    Happy Homes with Houseplants

    For many of us, the idea of creating gorgeous green spaces around our homes is nothing new, but this tends to happen outside. Historically, we may have often thought of indoor houseplants as the dust-covered domain of the elderly, or the perfect gift for Nana to put in the middle of her dining room table, …