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Fertilising your lawn during the summer will strengthen the grass – keeping it healthy and resilient when faced with hotter, drier conditions. Fertilise with confidence by applying these top tips.
Sand, clay or silt? Read on to discover which type of soil you have in your garden, and how to manage it for healthy plant growth.
When it comes to gardening, doing the groundwork is vital. Ensure your plants get off to the best possible start – and keep growing strong and healthy – with our top tips.
Spring is the most active growing season of the year. Plants that have been lying dormant through the cold winter are waking up and may need extra food. Follow our guide on using fertilisers – and help your garden get fit and ready for summer and the long blooming phase ahead.
From a balcony herb garden to your first big garden project. Gardening is a brilliant way to reduce stress and boost your mood, all while getting a big dose of vitamin D. Learning the basics is a great way to start, so we’ve put together this handy guide for the budding gardener.
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.
During the winter, plenty of gardens experience colder temperatures and more extreme weather conditions. If you look out of the window to see snow and ice covering your lawn, here’s what to do: