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Did you know different plants prefer different types of soils? Depending on where you live, your soil’s pH level will lie between highly acidic (3.5) to very alkaline (8.5) or neutral (7). To know what soil you have, buy a pH testing kit from a garden centre or online and follow our simple five-step guide.
A carpet of white snow and glistening frost on the lawn might look pretty. But this can be pretty tough on the grass underneath. Follow our checklist on protecting your lawn during harsh weather conditions. And help it spring back to life after a long winter.
As the gardening calendar comes to a close, there isn’t a huge amount to do out there. But getting a few jobs done will make Christmas merrier and help your plants survive the ongoing frosts.
Winter is coming. Your lawn is going to sleep. And it’s very likely the grass will stop growing for the moment. Though this is perfectly natural, your lawn may turn brown or yellow. What should you do?
As the last flourish of colour leaves the garden, there are plenty of gardening jobs to do this month. Here are our top gardening tips for November to help you prepare for winter.
A winter garden doesn’t need to be lifeless. Use your October to bring colour to your garden in the cold months.
From pastel pinks to vibrant yellows, lily-shaped to fringed, tulips are one of the most popular spring-flowering bulbs. Follow our guide on how, when and why to plant tulips in autumn – for a brilliant display next year.
Lots of people only scarify their lawn in spring. But after long summer days, it can also be an important autumn activity, helping to remove dead grass, moss and debris from the surface of your garden. Find out when, how and why to do it below: