5 Perennial Plants Perfect for UK Gardens

Perennials are plants that live for more than two years and are a great investment of money and time for any garden. Luckily, the UK climate is well-suited for perennial gardening, and many beautiful and hardy perennials can thrive in British gardens. Many perennial plants will do well in a temperate climate, so I thought…

5 Flowers to Sow in March and April

Spring is here, and the amount of seeds you can sow is increasing. Here are 5 flower seeds you can sow in March and April that will attract pollinators and add colour to your garden.

March Gardening Tips

With spring just around the corner, I thought sharing some tips on what gardeners can do in March would be good. Many gardeners are eager to get outside and start working in their gardens. This blog post aims to provide helpful tips and guidance on the tasks that can be done in the garden during…

3 Vegetable Seeds to Sow in March

March is here! The days are getting longer and warmer, with more seeds to sow. In this video, I share 3 vegetable seeds to sow in March for a great harvest later in the year. What are you sowing?

Sow these seeds now for a great harvest

Some plants need as much time as you can to grow and produce an abundance of produce. This video shares two seeds to sow now, so you have a great harvest later in the year.

Three Flower Seeds to Sow in February

The weather is still unpredictable but if you have a space where you can keep seeds warm and protect seedlings from the frost, there are some plants you can sow now for flowers later this year.

Buying and Chitting Seed Potatoes

Gardening success, especially abundant growing, is built on a degree of preparation. You can still have a good crop or a beautiful garden without it, but it may cost more or not achieve its full potential. After several years of learning, I now try to make sure I plan out tasks and do my best…

January Gardening and Planning

The start of the year brings the excitement of planning the garden and garden jobs for the coming year. The shorter days give plenty of opportunity to sit and think about everything to do each month to get the best out of the garden and allotment. In this video, I go over my plans and…

January Gardening

January in the northern hemisphere is cold, and there is little practical work to do in the garden. The cold has set in, the ground is frozen (to at least 2 inches here), and frosts threaten any tender plants. Despite the cold, there are a few things to do to keep your love of gardening…