Tips & Guides

Early March Gardening

Early March Gardening

Early March Gardening – March makes for the perfect time for gathering in bedding and patio plug plants and seedlings, to give you the biggest and best bedding displays ever! Pot up and plant out after the frosts have disappeared over the next few weeks to give you the best results this summer. Don’t forget all the essentials you’ll need: pots, seed trays, labels and the all-important compost!

Plants And Jobs In January Garden

Plants And Jobs In January Garden

Plants And Jobs In January Garden – Now that Christmas is over, us gardeners are resigned to a couple of months of dark cold days when the garden looks very sparse, before new plants and shoots begin to appear. However, there is always something you can do in January, even if it’s indoors. Take stock of your January garden and do some planning for the year ahead. Look through seed and plant catalogues. Sketch out a plan for this year’s vegetable patch and decide what you will grow. Outdoors, now is a good time to get on with a bit of garden maintenance while shrubs are bare and borders have died down and you can see clearly what needs to be done.

Create Your Apartment Garden

Create Your Apartment Garden

Create Your Apartment Garden – You don’t have to sacrifice your love of gardening just because you’re living your big city dreams-or maybe you’re a total gardening newbie. While it’s lovely to have a spacious lawn and plot ideal for growing your own flowers, veggies and herbs, the reality is that gardening doesn’t actually require a lot of space. In reality, it doesn’t even require a lawn or yard at all. Urban or apartment gardening is spreading like weeds, and tucking into your studio or flat for the winter is the perfect time to get your garden in order.

Pumpkins For Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns

Pumpkins For Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns

Pumpkins For Halloween Jack-O-Lanterns – Pumpkins are the quintessential symbol of Halloween. Children all over America carve or help carve them into Jack-O-Lanterns each year. Next year, try growing your own Halloween pumpkins. Pumpkins, along with their close relatives, squash, are native to the Americas. Like American cities, they sprawl all over the landscape and require a lot of room to spread out.

Container Gardening In Cold Climates

Container Gardening In Cold Climates

Container Gardening In Cold Climates – Container gardening becomes a challenging task in the winter and during cold weather because soil in a pot could potentially freeze. This is why you have to follow several important tips when trying to create a container garden in a cold climate.


Choose the right containers. There are so many possibilities for plant containers, how do you choose the ones that will withstand the effects of the cold weather?

Fall Season Gardening: Looking After The Plants

Fall Season Gardening: Looking After The Plants

Fall Season Gardening: Looking After The Plants – Keeping a garden isn’t as easy as laying out a plan, planting a few plants and sitting back to watch them grow. Those plants will need a bit of looking after. This may seem an obvious statement to those of us whose enjoyment centres around working in our gardens more than sitting in them, but it is worth mentioning a few essential jobs you will need to make time for in looking after the plants in your garden.