Six barbecues, nine days sunbathing, three packets of hayfever tablets and two jugs of Pimm’s - those are the ingredients of the typical British summer, according to new research.
The sun is shining in the sky and bumble bees are dozily humming on a breeze. You’re curled up on a swinging chair with your favourite book and nothing but the sound of a lawn mower in the far off distance…at least that’s the scenario you could be enjoying if you give your garden a summer makeover!
When it comes to advice and your garden, perhaps you’ve relied solely on printed magazines or your grandparents' inspiring words over the years and then headed out and toiled in the great outdoors.
Spring is in full force, and that means it's gardening season in much of the UK. Even without considering planting, this is a great time of year to get out in the yard or garden and tidy things up, organise, and generally improve the layout.
An increasing number of people are using their allotments and gardens to grow fruit and vegetables. This isn’t some time of idealistic ‘back to nature’ trend.
Seed Pantry has launched a new range of fresh food plants to grow your own seasonal produce at home, indoors and outdoors.
With our bees continuing to face major challenges, Camilla Goddard of Capital Bee is keen to mobilise more of us to step up for bees and is holding small group taster bee keeping workshops at St Ermin's Hotel, central London during the Chelsea Fringe
Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes has joined forces with British skincare company Bee Good to highlight its support of, and the importance of bees.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for this weekend ahead of predicted winds that could reach 90mph in exposed areas.
The award-winning series returns to BBC Two with a brand new 10-part series in January 2015. Britain's top television gardening talent will inspire viewers to save the nation's rich garden heritage.
Christmas is just around the corner and Seed Pantry offers some great gift ideas for green-fingered, grow your own fans this festive season.
Lancaster London is buzzing with excitement, as the date for the London Honey Show has just been announced as Monday, 6 October 2014, from 6-9pm.
Garden tools and equipment are some of the top items targeted by thieves, according to the UK’s leading rural insurer.
Nearly a quarter (23%) of those with garden sheds admit to leaving it unlocked, with more than one in ten saying they never secure it, despite the contents of a typical shed being valued at £597, according to research by M&S Bank.
Australia will take centre stage for visitors at this year’s prestigious RHS Hampton Court Flower Show in London. An inspirational Essence of Australia show garden will be presented for the first time by the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne in partnership with Tourism Victoria, Tourism Northern Territory, Qantas and leading UK tour operator, Trailfinders.
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