Herb Gardens Advice

Gardening, Allottment Management, Garden Furniture

Author: Walter

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How to make your lawn greener

Perhaps when you look at your neighbour’s compound you envy it somewhat and say “it is always greener the other side!” Are you looking for ways in which you can make your lawn greener? If so, we’re here to provide you with some great tips on how to make your lawn look luscious and feel […]


Praying for a sunny spring

Spring is a very unpredictable month in the UK. March, April and May can give us rain, strong sun, hail stones and icy mornings – all in the space of a week – so it’s important to make sure we’re fully prepared. If you’d like to make sure your garden can be enjoyed all year […]


Is your garden fencing ready for the winter?

The winter weather can become an issue not only to your home but also your garden, with harsh winds and ice forecast, making sure your property is ready is a great start. When it comes to your garden it is important to check the fencing is strong, durable and secure for your home. A poorly […]


Autumn; A great time to start composting

With the season change, there has never been a better time to make use out of all of those fallen leafs in your garden. Autumn is a beautiful season, with the change in colours and the leafs beginning to fall from the trees. Although the Autumn fallen leafs can look beautiful, leaving them on top […]


Is your garden suitable for a dog?

Adding a dog to your family is a lovely idea and usually benefits the whole family, but is your garden ready for the new addition? Preparing your garden for a new family dog is important to maintain their safety and allow them to explore too. Firstly, you don’t want your dog to escape your garden […]


Filling our empty garden space with potted plants and shrubbery

Does your garden look a little bit bare in places? Maybe you want to consider ways to fill out the spaces and improve the appearance of your garden. A great and easy way to fill out an area of empty space is by placing potted plants and shrubbery, you can add a mixture of large […]


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