Inspiriation for Budding Gardeners at the Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show

Step into a land of myth and folklore this year at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Flower Show, Tatton Park (22 – 26 July) as the popular School Gardens – in association with the Winsford Education Partnership – draw inspiration from British life, culture, and heritage. A stunning display of mini Show Gardens, created by […]

Rainy Day Quiz: The Hardest Ever Star Wars Quiz

When the weather isn’t so great for gardening outdoors, here’s a quiz from MorphCostumes (also known as Morphsuits), who are celebrating the launch of their Star Wars Morphsuits and Costumes with The Hardest Ever Star Wars Quiz. Take the quiz at the MorphCostumes’ website, here: The new MorphCostumes Star Wars outfits can be purchased here: […]

Top Tips for Little Green Fingers

Top Tips for Little Green Fingers Gardening is a fantastic hobby. You don’t need to be a plant expert and it really doesn’t need to be a chore, so Jean Vernon, Gardening Correspondent for The Daily Telegraph and Lechuza have come up with some top tips to help you enjoy gardening with little ones! The […]

Making Small Changes to Overhaul Your Diet

Making small changes to your diet can have dramatic healthy results, from eating more fruit and vegetables to planning ahead, there are hundreds of ways that you can improve your diet and health. If you’re on a diet and are looking to reach a certain goal these small changes can be the difference between reaching […]

Vegetables for Border Beauty

Vegetables for Border Beauty I started planting vegetables in my flower borders when I had a tiny garden and wanted to maximise the space. However I now have a rather large acre with a substantial vegetable patch yet I still choose to integrate vegetables into the flower borders. Nothing beats the thrill of watching a […]