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With the freezing weather and snow predicted, Nathan James Dodd reviews a range of products that will prove useful over the next few weeks.
Soft fruit was featured in a recent edition of the Great British Garden Revival and David Coton was impressed by Alys Fowler’s enthusiasm for all sorts of berries that can be grown in our gardens.
Flowering bulbs are popular Christmas presents. They can always be relied on to bring colour and scent into the house. Nathan James Dodd tells you how to care for them after the festive season has passed.
You might think that the expensive mountain bike or lawn mower in your shed is safe from being stolen. David Coton finds that this might not be the case and explains how Gardensite can help if you need to make an insurance claim.
Although the timber used for decking should have been treated to ensure longevity, black mould seems an inevitable problem. David Coton has a few suggestions on how the mould can be prevented or the timber restored.
Lavender is one of the plants featured on the BBC's Great British Garden Revival. Robert Hall from Gardensite was fascinated as Diarmuid Gavin celebrated its colour and fragrance as well as medicinal and culinary qualities.
Many people across Essex, Dorset, Kent, Hampshire, Suffolk, Wales and Scotland, are likely soon to be contacting their insurance companies, to arrange compensation for damaged garden buildings caused by the winter storms.
Although the days are short and the weather inclement at this time of the year, Nathan James Dodd finds that there are still plenty of jobs to do in the garden during January.
Britain's Best Back Gardens is a new three part series that begins in January on ITV with Alan Titchmarsh. Nathan James Dodd has learnt that top amateur gardeners from all over the country will be featured in this brand new programme.
Natural stone, especially beautiful sandstone with its veins of rich colour, is a wonderful material from which to craft garden planters, water features and benches. David Coton explains why the Strata Natural Stone range, now available on GardenSite, should find a home in every garden.
Robert Hall is pleased to announce this year's Christmas Sale on Gardensite.co.uk. You can find hundreds of gardening products for sale online including Christmas lights, artificial trees, garden buildings, ponds, pumps and sheds as well as free greenhouse accessories.
Hand crafted cast stone ornaments are a superb addition to any garden, so GardenSite is naturally excited at the prospect of offering products from market leaders Chilstone during 2015. David Coton explains why their range of garden ornaments and architectural stonework is so impressive.
Everyone knows that birds, hedgehogs, amphibians and other wildlife are good for your garden and fascinating to watch. Nathan James Dood discovers that In winter it's not difficult to provide a little assistance to help them survive the cold weather.
The Big Allotment Challenge returns to our TV screens on 2 January. The first series featured a series of challenges themed around growing vegetables, flower arranging and making preserves. Nathan James Dodd discovered what makes this programme such a ratings success.
Traditional cast stone garden planters often reference styles from the classical to the rustic, with many replicating stately home originals. Nathan James Dodd reviews the range of traditional planters for sale in the UK.
Sky announced that its new 'Show Me Your Garden' series will be on your screens from 2 January next year. Nathan James Dodd has discovered more information on a programme that promises to explore the nation's most beautiful back gardens and their passionate gardeners.
Robert Hall is looking forward to the new Eden Greenhouses Zero Threshold range which will be available on the British gardening market in 2015.
Prevent stormy weather damaging your outside property. Robert Hall investigates ways to protect your garden buildings, furniture and garden items from the effects of a storm.
Robert Hall provides a simple guide to describing the best methods to prevent wind and stormy weather damaging your greenhouse.
Following the popularity of the first series, the Great British Garden Revival returns to BBC Two in the new year. Nathan James Dodd finds out what endangered aspects of our gardening heritage will be featured.