What To Do In The Garden In January
Although the days are short and the view from our Garden Centre is dull and overcast, David Coton suggests that one of the most useful ways to start the New Year is to shred your Christmas tree, the needles will provide a great mulch for acid loving blueberries, rhododendrons, azaleas, and hydrangeas.
RHS Gardening Predictions For 2020
Sustainability and a growing awareness of wildlife are two of the key gardening trends identified by the Royal Horticultural Society for 2020, with gardeners in a position where they can make a substantial impact regarding environmental issues.
How To Attract Birds To Your Garden
Attracting birds into a garden can only be beneficial. Not only adding colour and vibrancy, they are fascinating to observe and will also act as natural predators, feeding on unwanted insects, grubs and other garden pests.
Take Part In The Big Garden Birdwatch
On the weekend of 30 – 31 January it will be your chance to take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch. David Hall was one of half a million people who took part last year, recording a vital snapshot of nature in the UK.
Populating Your Garden With Animal Ornaments And Statuary
Although we all like to encourage wildlife into the garden, creatures of a more inanimate nature can populate the landscape. Not all are native to the British Isles and David Coton describes how your outdoor space can become a haven for domestic, farmyard and wild animals.