A comprehensive range of frequently asked questions we get asked both in our garden centres and online. From greenhouses to fish tanks, we have expert answers.
A well laid lawn, that enhances the appearance of your garden and home, is the ambition of many gardeners. There's still time to lay turf before any hot dry weather arrives and Andy Taylor answers some of the questions that are most frequently asked on this subject.
The GardenSite greenhouse team regularly gets asked questions such as What is a greenhouse base? and Do I need one?. Answering some of the most frequently asked questions, Robert Hall shares some of his knowledge built up over 40 years of selling many different types and brands of greenhouses.
Many of our customers are confused as to the relative merits of timber and aluminium framed greenhouses, here Nathan James Dodd answers some of your frequently asked questions.
If you are thinking of investing in a greenhouse, it is essential that it has a sturdy, level and square base. Nathan James Dodd answers some frequently asked questions.
What is a systemic or hormone weedkiller & what are non-selective weedkillers? We answer your weedkiller FAQs.
For Nathan James Dodd eradicating garden weeds seems like an endless task, but a necessary one that needs to be done in the most efficient way with least harm to the environment.
There are different types of pond pumps available and the choice for someone who's new to pond keeping can cause confusion, hopefully my FAQs guide will clear things up for you.
Andy Hobson has put together this FAQ feature on garden pond filters to address some of the questions asked by people new to pond and fish keeping, and hopefully make it easier for others to make their choices.
Building an extension to your home is expensive and too much for many people's pockets. David Coton explains that this is one of several reasons why log cabins have grown in popularity over recent years and answers more of your frequently asked questions..
Robert Hall answers this Frequently Asked Question relating to replacing greenhouse glazing that has been damaged by high winds or storm damage.
Waterfalls or watercourses not only look great and bring the tranquil sound of running water into your garden but Andy Hobson explains that they are also very beneficial for your pond.
If you’re buying a timber product to be located outside, whether it’s fencing, a garden shed or an arbour, then Andy Hobson says that you need to know about how the timber is treated and the difference between pressure and dip treatment.
If you want fit and healthy fish then it is essential you feed them the right food, this will also avoid polluting the water too.