Organise Your Veggie Patch

Organise Your Veggie Patch By┬áMartina Mercer Last year the Chelsea Flower show launched the new tactic for organising the vegetable patch. Keyhole gardening is now big news, and many of us have spent the winter deciding how to implement this strategy into our own gardens. The psychology behind keyhole gardening believes that the closer you […]

Gardening for Fitness

Does your garden look like an overgrown mass of weeds? Or maybe you tend to your patch regularly? Whether you love or hate it, your garden could look like the Chelsea flower show and you could not only get fit whilst doing it but perfect a great tan too. Digging This is an excellent way […]

Gardening in a Cold Climate

Knowing how to make the most of gardening in a cold climate can not only allow those who live in the coldest spots in Britain to enjoy fresh vegetables and lush green foliage, it also helps those of us who would like to spend more time with our plants over winter. After the autumn harvest […]

January Gardening

We may have only just welcomed 2012 into lives but a gentle stroll will prove that spring is most definitely on the way. On close inspection of the garden, snowdrops have appeared and begun flowering, whereas the fragrant pink blossom is hanging daintily already from the cherry trees! Of course this early show of spring […]