Over 50s are bound to welcome the introduction of gnomes at Chelsea this year.
With the RHS Chelsea Flower Show just around the corner (May 21st – 25th) and the long awaited spring sunshine peeking through, the nation is getting all green fingered.
Now spring is finally here, it’s time to get out in the garden and get growing. First time and novice gardeners are often nervous about trying to grow from seed, thinking it is highly skilled and only for experienced gardeners, but actually it’s much easier than you think and the satisfaction of seeing seedlings push their way through the soil is immeasurable!
Taylor Wimpey is teaming up with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to provide a welcoming habitat for birds and butterflies at its new homes developments across the Midlands.
For those inspired by the wonderful floral displays and designs at the spectacular RHS Chelsea Flower Show - which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in May
The UK garden economy is blooming as households invest thousands of pounds transforming outdoor space into luxury havens, according to new research.
As a nation of garden lovers and BBQ fans, it’s no wonder that our outdoor space is as important a selling point as a stylish bathroom suite or modern kitchen inside the home.
Seed Pantry has launched the delightful new Dad and Me Veg Seeds Starter Packs – a great gift for green-fingered Dads and all the family this Father’s Day (16th June).
When the days start getting warmer in the UK, most of us start dreaming of BBQs in the garden and lounging around in the sun (beer, anyone?).
Get your garden ready for spring with the most stylish new must-have; your own pizza oven.
Ragley Hall is celebrating National Gardening Week with a special Open Day on Wednesday 17 April from 11am – 3pm.
Houses with large plot sizes have been well received from parents looking for family homes at Taylor Wimpey South Wales’ Golwg Y Coed development in Barry.
Industry experts predict that food prices are set to rise by 5% during 2013, putting even more pressure on families struggling to make ends meet. Yet reports out in the media say that as a nation, we are throwing away unprecedented amounts of food, with the average British family wasting £680 worth of food every year.
Nest boxes are good substitutes for holes found in old trees. Nowadays, in many gardens, there may be plenty of food for small birds but nowhere for hole-nesting birds to nest.
Creating outside living spaces is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, and you may want to extend your home into the garden so that you can take advantage of the biggest ‘room’ in the house.
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