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How do you make a Hügelkultur? A hügelkultur has a simple design and is a lasagne like layering of materials that is built up to form a hill. So, if you have a lot of garden waste such as leaves wood and lawn clippings ...
Whether you’re wanting to become more self-sufficient or just wanting to try your hand at something new we are sharing our top tips to make the most of the space you have!
Its turning out to be a cracking summer so far, after a winter that had the horticultural tricky combination of waterlogged ground followed by sub-zero temperatures, it’s all come together nicely!
Christmas decorations have long been a part of our festive celebrations. Tinsel, originally made from shredded silver dates as far back as the 16th Century. This year British tinsel is back with its own unique and quirky ...
It is easy to think of February as a good month to leave the garden to itself and stay out of the rain, but this time of year is so important.
If you have ever looked over your garden in midsummer with a critical eye, ...
It is now winter proper, but only just.
So far, I have only had two meaningful frosts and the temperature has only recently persisted in single figures.
It’s now mid-October and even though the days are very noticeably drawing in, the weather is proving stubbornly mild. There is life left in Dahlias, Asters and Cannas and the Maples and Liquidambers are putting on a ...
This is the first of what hopefully will be an ongoing series of roughly monthly blog posts detailing the adventures of a gardener on the Surrey/Hampshire border.