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September is a special month for the organic food movement as it is designated as Organic September. This month-long celebration aims to raise awareness about the benefits of organic food and farming practices. Organic food is grown and produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, and genetically modified organisms. Organic farming practices prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare.
As the air cools and nights lengthen, gardens can provide vital support for a host of animals. Our top November wildlife gardening jobs will help you create a heaven for the harsher months ahead.
As the colder months arrive, it’s time to find creative ways to make your garden feel more enticing. Read on to discover five ways you can brighten your outdoor space so you can enjoy it all year round.
While the days may be getting shorter, sowing in November is a great way to get ahead, bringing harvest times forward and saving you precious time in spring. Whether it’s flowers, fruit, or vegetables, here’s a roundup of our favourites seeds to sow this month – plus top tips on how to plant them.
The dry, hot weather of summer can take its toll on even the healthiest lawns. When autumn arrives, it’s time to give your grass some extra care and attention. Follow our expert guide to keeping your lawn in prime condition over the coming months.
Unfortunately, our warmer months are now over. Now is the time to prepare the garden for Autumn and helping it recover from the summer heatwave.
When autumn arrives, it’s time to prepare your garden for the harsher weather of winter. Read on to discover which jobs need to be prioritised before the first frost.
When broken down slowly by fungi, bacteria and earthworms, fallen leaves make a wonderful natural soil improver. It takes at least a year for leaves to turn into moist, crumbly mould, so start creating this valuable garden material now. Just follow our tips below.