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Cultivate a lawn to be proud of this summer. From weeding to mowing, follow our expert guidance on how to maintain the health of your grass and keep your lawn looking thick and luscious.
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.
Wondering what to plant this June? Read on for flower and vegetable recommendations that will keep your garden blooming and bountiful through summer.
We’ve created a round-up of everything you need to know to keep your lawn looking healthy and vibrant in autumn and spring. Read on to discover how often to mow, how much grass to trim at a time and how to prepare your lawn for summer and winter.
Lawns often take pride of place when it comes to gardening – and for good reason. But it’s easy to neglect their health over winter, leading to moss, bare patches and weeds taking root. Try our 7-step guide to rejuvenate your lawn in time for summer.
May brings warmer conditions for sowing outside and transplanting seedlings. From salad leaves to fruits and flowers, read on for our recommendations on what to plant for a flourishing summer garden.
Spring is the best time to get grass growing again after its dormant period. From choosing the right equipment to repairing bare patches, follow our five steps and your lawn will soon be green, lush and ready for all the summer action ahead.
Sunflowers are one of the easiest ways to make a bright, bold statement in your garden. Growing them from seed is simple too, so they’re ideal ‘first plants’ for children. This guide takes you through how to grow sunflowers successfully.
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.