GardenSite Supports Landscapers by Offering Trade Discounts
In this article, GardenSite explains how it pledges to support landscapers, garden designers and other professionals who work within the gardening sector by providing reduced prices, calculated on a case-by-case basis, on a wide variety of its 12,000 products.
GardenSite Exhibit at the Belvoir Castle Garden & Flower Show
Gaby and Matt from the GardenSite team attend this year’s annual horticulture event at Belvoir Castle to showcase their Whitby Garden Arch and meet new landscapers and garden designers. Kayleigh Cantelo questions them about their experience at the event.
4 Must-Have Zest Products for The Ultimate Summer Garden Party
In this blog post, Gaby Hall explores our top 4 stylish and practical garden products from Zest for those summer garden parties, BBQ's and family gatherings.
Prunus incisa Kojo no-mai - The Miniature Fuji Cherry
Call it whatever you wish, Robert Hall says that the Miniature Fuji Cherry or Prunus incisa Kojo no-mai, is a superb flowering miniature cherry tree.
How Thrive's Accessible Gardening Changes Lives
The Society for Horticultural Therapy is an organisation generally known as Thrive, and David Coton recently learnt more about their projects, training and consultancy.
How To Plan A Herbaceous Border
A herbaceous border is a collection of perennials that are closely grouped to create a dramatic, colourful and structural show. David Coton shares some ideas on how to create a perfect border which will be an eye catching spectacle that will last throughout the summer.
Lavatera Olbia Rosea - Put Some Colour In!
Container grown shrubs can be planted throughout most of the year. The choice is huge and, for David Hall, the Lavatera is a particular favourite.
The Most Beautiful Clematis
The beauty of one particular Clematis has enchanted David Hall for many years, Clematis sieboldii or “Florida Bi-Colour” is his queen of the climbers and here he explains why it captivated him.
Why Our Front Gardens Should Be Green Not Grey
Suburban gardens, once the well kept privet edged pride and joy of the majority of householders, are rapidly becoming paved over according to a recent report from the Royal Horticultural Society that Nathan James Dodd has been reading.
If you have a small garden, courtyard, or no garden at all, container growing might be the perfect way to fill your outside space with some of your favourite plants. David Coton considers timber and stone containers and how best to use them.
Buy An Acer And Gain A Canopy Of Colour
The acer family has always been renowned for providing some of the great classical trees found in British Arboretums. Robert Hall discusses his suggestions for the best acers to invest in for your garden.