Planting out the sweet peas seedlings with Nicole Laird
I made the most of Easter weekend and put my autumn sown sweet peas in the ground. I sowed the seeds for these way back on 16 October and once they were a few inches high I moved them outside to get them hardened off...
Q&A with Award Winning Clematis Specialist Raymond Evison
Raymond Evison is an award winning clematis breeder, spending six decades developing the worlds best clematis. We are thrilled that Raymond is supplying us with 100 clematis plants, the stunning clematis Tsukiko, for our Chelsea Flower Show Stand this year. We got the chance to ask Raymond a few questions about his career and his love of clematis...
Spring is on its way! With Nicole Laird
A beautiful guest blog from Nicole Laird (@nicoleatcherrygarden) who, over the next few months, will be coming to you directly from her allotment which is nearly entirely dedicated to cut flowers!
Six Steps to Creating a Sustainable and Fully Home Compostable Wreath this Christmas - Brigitte Girling
Read the latest blog written by the wonderful Brigitte Girling and learn how she utilises her garden to create stunning sustainable and fully home compostable Christmas Wreaths!
Organic Growing with Anna Greenland! Q&A
We were fortunate enough to catch up with the wonderful Anna Greenland. Anna is based in Suffolk and after retiring her role within the fashion industry, Anna has since become an organic grower and has worked in a number of prestigious venues around the country.
Creating a 'wafty' border with Harrod Horticultural
March is the ideal time to start thinking about lawn care and we caught up with the wonderful Emma Jo Real Davies to do just that! Find out what Emma has planned for her new garden borders....
Amy Shore - The Big Veg Patch Redesign
Over the past month we have been lucky enough to be working with Norfolk based grower Amy Shore (otherwise known as @chicksandveg on Instagram!) on her veg patch redesign! We caught up with Amy to get a glimpse into her gardening journey and why she chose now to redesign this delightful plot...
The benefits of using a cold frame in the winter
Cold frames can be used all year round in your garden and their purpose changes through the seasons. You may find that in spring and early summer, the cold frame can be used as a mini-greenhouse to harden off any tender or young plants you may have.
In conversation with Lucy Hutchings
In July, we were lucky enough to be involved with the inspiring ‘Get Up and Grow’ garden designed Lucy Hutchings and Instagram Star 'She Grows Veg' at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Inspired by her new book, Get up and Grow – the garden was a dream come true for Lucy.
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