Spring flowering bulbs brighten the garden from when snow is on the ground right through to the sunlit early summer. Here is David Hall's guide to achieving a marvellous display of colour to herald in the new year.
We are continually 'growing' our range and the latest additions are a new range of straight chemicals and fertilizers from the Scotts Miracle Gro company.
Introduced at GLEE - The Garden Leisure Show 2012 in new style packaging. This includes a sealed plastic interior housed in a traditional cardboard box.
Bright and colourful these boxes will appeal to traditional and young gardeners alike and will definitely stand out on the shelves in shops too.
Some of the favourites include Bone Meal, Growmore and also Fish Blood and Bone. More specialist products are also included like Superphosphate, Sulphate of Ammonia and Magnessium Salts (Epsom Salts).
To view our range of new Miracle Gro products click here.
This guide by Andy Taylor is all about battery powered lights, a very safe way to decorate your home with festive colour. With low running costs and bright LEDs, batteries may be the smart choice this Christmas.
There's a huge selection of Premier Christmas Lights, and it's no wonder why they are market leaders judging by the variety and innovation that's on offer. This is Andy Taylor's guide to their range of top quality lights and decorations.
In the past Christmas decorations were limited to streamers and fairy lights, but not any more as Robert Hall discovered when reviewing the huge range of novelty Christmas items that are brought to life by LEDs.
Christmas wreaths, swags and garlands might be thought a little old fashioned, but Robert Hall thinks that modern versions of these traditional decorations are a fabulous way to combine tradition with colourful contemporary themes.