Time to relax?

Summer has made an appearance here in the UK but is it time to sit back, relax and enjoy my garden after long months of work? In this video I explore what summer does to my garden and whether I can slow down to relax. Please like and comment on the video, and subscribe to…

Wells-Next-The-Sea

It has been effortless to stay at home over the past year, which, for many reasons, has been great. I’ve been able to get on with the house and garden, and I have been really pleased with how things have progressed. It is still essential to get out and search for inspiration. This weekend my…

5 Tips for Watering Your Garden

I have been trying to improve my gardening techniques to produce more and to have healthier plants. During a recent spell of hot weather I was struggling to keep keep my plants looking well, so I took a look at how and when I was watering. The YouTube video below share 5 tips I picked…

Adding chickens to the garden

About two months ago, we headed out to a small farm just outside an idyllic Norfolk village. It was the sort of village that would have been written about in classic English literature, no paths, single-lane roads built for horse and cart, and cows grazing the common. The location would not be amiss in a…

The Sun is Here

The sun has arrived here in the East of England and temperatures are on the rise, it’s time to clear the greenhouse and get plants outside.

June 2021 in photos

June has been colder than average this year, resulting in slow growth and a delay in getting plants out of the greenhouse. This time last year, we had heatwaves while on lockdown. What a difference a year can make. I have started my Instagram account again (@norfolk_gardening); please head over there and support this site…

Potting On Tomato Seedlings

Time is moving on and waits for no man, or for me to pot on my tomato seedlings. In my YouTube video, I set out the steps I take to prick out and pot on my tomato seedlings where they will stay for the next few weeks. Please support my channel by liking, subscribing and…

Inspiration from Holkham Hall

Spring is starting to make an appearance here in the East of England. The jet stream has been south of the UK for most of May, keeping the warm air over Europe and bringing cold air down from the North. The result has been a colder than average May so far. Most of April and…

Signs of Spring

The days have gotten longer and warmer over the past few weeks, and it’s time to start transplanting some of my seedlings into my vegetable patch. Before I can start using the vegetable patch, I need to get it cleared and ready. It is a great feeling to start moving my seedlings out of the…

March Garden Update

March has been a mixed bag when it comes to weather. It has generally been cold, but the average temperature is beginning to rise. The slight increase in average temperature has had a positive impact on seed germination, and more and more seedlings are starting to appear. With the increase in seeds germinating, I have…