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Plenty of sunshine and warm, late summer temperatures make August the ideal month for sowing certain seeds and planting out. Here are some tips on what to grow and how – for bountiful crops this winter and into next spring.
Green manures are great for covering bare patches and providing valuable nutrients for the following crop. Sow before winter for easy plot care through to spring – with our step-by-step guide.
August to October is yew-trimming season – an essential task to encourage dense growth and keep your hedges looking neat until May. Follow our guide on when and how to trim young yew hedges, as well as what to look out for during the process.
Finding and preparing an allotment plot is the first step to starting a rewarding new hobby. From clearing your space to planning what to plant, garden your way to success with our allotment guide for beginners.
Fresh air, sunlight, staying active – gardening has multiple health benefits. But what about the plants we grow? Read on to discover common plants with properties linked to health and vitality.
When the heat is on, it can be more of a challenge to keep your grass looking its best. Cutting heights, the time of day you mow and mower maintenance will all make a big difference. Read on to discover our hot summer mowing tips.
Grass weeds begin to grow after spring and can become aggressive during the summer months. Read our guide on weed prevention and ensure your lawn consists of the seeds you have sown – not the weeds that have grown.
During hot weather and longer periods of drought, your lawn might need a helping hand to stay looking lush. How you irrigate your lawn is important for preventing disease and promoting healthy growth. Follow our guide on keeping your lawn hydrated in summer.
From beetroot to bush tomatoes and rocket to radishes. If you’re new to growing veggies, there are plenty of delicious, easy-to-grow crops you can start with. Low maintenance and fast growing, discover our favourite vegetables for beginners – and how to cultivate them successfully.