Everyone is talking about no dig gardening right now. There is plenty of information on how to do it. Here, we will look at why no dig gardening works and the important reasons you should use this method in your garden. Vegetable Garden RHS Rosemoor No dig gardening is the practice of laying organic matter… Continue reading NO DIG GARDENING: WHY NO DIG WORKS WONDERS
Every gardener should strive to build good soil structure in their gardens. It is literally and figuratively the foundation of a healthy garden. Understanding how soil works will make your gardening easier and supercharge your garden's health. Us gardeners obsess about good soil structure. We talk about it, read about it, complain about it, and… Continue reading GOOD SOIL STRUCTURE – HOW TO BUILD HEALTHY SOIL
When we work in our gardens we are not just decorating, flower arranging or nurturing produce; we are collaborating. By gardening naturally, we acknowledge this, and use it to our advantage.
If you're new to gardening, some of the vernacular can seem a little intimidating. So here is our glossary of simple gardening terms to get you started or build your horticultural vocabulary.
Make your favorite green-fingered person happy this festive season with our best Christmas gifts for gardeners.
Dig into the fascinating hidden world beneath our feet discover why it is so important to save soil.
How to drought-proof your garden. Making your garden survive a drought may feel like an impossible task if you’re used to the warm, wet conditions that we usually have in the UK. But the climate is changing, and long, hot summers are becoming more commonplace. Hose pipe bans and dried-up riverbeds and reservoirs may become more and more a part of our lives as time goes on.