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Lawns form the heart of most gardens. Most lawns are made up from intricate mixes of grass varieties. But from a pollinator perspective lawns are a monoculture and although some grasses are larval plants for some moth species and grass does make pollen, grasses are wind-pollinated and not ideal food plants for most insects. However, the other plants that grow within a lawn, that you might detest, or class as weeds, are actually vital early spring food plants for our pollinator pals.
Cultivate a lawn to be proud of this summer. From weeding to mowing, follow our expert guidance on how to maintain grass health – and keep your lawn looking thick and luscious.
June is a busy time on the allotment from planting courgettes to warm weather watering. The longer days mean plenty of time to get on with essential gardening tasks.
Relax and let a robot mower take care of your lawn. Not only will it do all the hard work for you, but it will also give you a healthier, better-looking lawn. Read on to find out why a robot mower is a cut above the rest when it comes to keeping your grass effortlessly vibrant.
Growing vegetables is a rewarding pastime – but it can seem overwhelming at first. From low-maintenance crops to raised beds, check out our tips for a hassle-free route to delicious healthy produce.
Wondering what to plant this June? Read on for flower and vegetable recommendations that will keep your garden blooming and bountiful through summer.
June is a busy time on the allotment. The nights should now be frost-free, and the days are long, which gives you plenty of time to get on with the jobs that need doing. There are lots of jobs to do, including planting courgettes and runner beans, watering during hot spells and, of course, harvesting.
Here are some key allotment jobs for June.