It is a common misconception among gardeners that growing roses without using a great deal of pesticides and other chemical products is very challenging. In reality, today, creating an organic rose garden is not difficult at all.
The use of chemicals is a way to ensure that a garden will have numerous beautiful roses, but today [...]
There are numerous ways in which you can make your garden more environmentally friendly. In years gone by, homeowners used to install vast expanses of grass into their gardens, but this trend is on the turn as more people are seeking ways to both reduce their carbon footprint and create a greener garden at the [...]
Gardens are an integral and important part of your home and you want to keep it looking as good as possible. A garden adds to the look of your home and can bring you closer to nature. We all have experienced the serenity of sitting out in the garden on a summer evening, listening and [...]
If you want to attract bats to your garden then installing a special nesting box for them would be the best way to do it.
By installing one of these systems in your garden you are also helping conserve a protected species. There are 17 different species of bat in the United Kingdom and they are [...]
Something that horticulturalists have long suspected is now official, the urban back garden can help to save our planet, for the first time it has been brought to centre stage through published evidence by the RHS in a scientific review named Gardening Matters: Urban Gardens. The evidence indicates that are four key factors where a [...]
Summer is heating up and now is the perfect time to sit down and simply relax in your garden area, but instead of heading inside once the sun sets, why not consider purchasing some garden lights for outdoor use so that you can sit under the stars and enjoy the same relaxing sensations.
There are many [...]
Every time someone takes the time to garden they are taking the time to help out the environment, however, at the same time most people also hurt the environment because they are not aware of how much eco-rubbish goes into a garden in the form of garden plastic.
Even worse, this horticultural waste often ends up [...]
A group of young people living in St. Ouen took some initiative and turned an area of desolate land into an oasis as part of the Britain in Bloom competition.
Two judges went to see the work in St. Ouen as part of the Britain in Bloom committee and have been travelling around the island in [...]