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Are Allotments Worthwhile?

Allotments, a large piece of land sectioned off into smaller plots and rented out by those who love gardening. Most commonly used for growing a variety of fruit and vegetables. But the main question is, are allotments worthwhile? This can be difficult to decide as there is so much to consider. We find allotments to […]


How To Know When Your Crops Are Ready To Harvest

One of the best things about being a gardener is when your crops are ready for harvest. But as a beginner, it can be challenging to know exactly when is the right time to harvest your crops. Allowing them to have grown to their full potential, harvesting them before they spoil. One of the first […]


Are Allotments Beneficial?

Allotments are an alternative to creating a vegetable patch in your back garden. This option comes with a huge range of benefits which we are going to discuss with you today. Yes, you will need to pay for an allotment plot, but they are still beneficial. Why Are Allotments Beneficial? Listed below are a few […]


The advantages of investing in a greenhouse for your garden

Greenhouse gardening is the next level of gardening for individuals who love planting  as it helps in protecting the plants from the extreme weather conditions. The advantages of investing in a greenhouse for your garden are that it offers extra protection for plants, from the glaring sunlight that might damage the plant. It also offers […]

Allotments, Gardening

Growing herbs in your garden

It can be really fun to try growing herbs in your garden and we recommend you sow some mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme and sage in your garden this spring. These can be grown indoors but the month of may is perfect for outdoor growing, and you just need to pop them in some containers and […]

Allotments, Garden Supplies, Gardening

Setting up an allotment

Starting with the good news. A wild allotment plot is telling you that your ground is fertile – a really wild plot may be the best possible one to inherit. The first step is to stop the wildness getting any worse. Fist remove any rubbish that may be on your plot and cut everything down […]


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