Nothing evokes thoughts of spring and summer better than bright flowers and beautiful floral perfumes. Winter though, is seen as the time of the year where there is no real colour or scents in the gar..
Winter is upon us, and this month brings the shortest day, a long weekend, and the chance of 4 seasons in 1 day! This is the time for planting garlic, shallots, berries, fruit trees, winter vegetables..
Like Garlic, Shallots are traditionally planted on the shortest day and harvested on the longest. Shallots though are quite versatile and can be planted any time from May to August, right up to spring..
Garlic is one of easiest crops to grow, and it takes up a relatively small area in the garden. It has traditionally been planted on the shortest day and harvested on the longest but can be planted in ..
May brings the end of Autumn and the creeping closer of those colder Winter days. The last of the Autumn leaves will fall now and it is a good time to collect up any rotting fruit and vegetables to ma..
You will need:
Small seeds like carrot, lettuce or radish
Flour and water
Cardboard or paper for labels
Lollipop stick or similar
Glitter, stickers, fur, felt..
April brings us into mid-Autumn along with Easter, an end to daylight savings and a set of school holidays. The days will become shorter and our time in the garden less, but there shouldn’t be any fro..
Just recently we have been asked a lot about keeping birds off your new lawns when seeding, they are hungry at this time of year and your seed is looking very appealing, they also quite like the fresh..
As Easter approaches and a long weekend is in sight, why not keep the kids busy and create some handmade baskets? You can fill them with chocolate treats, sweets, home-made baking, or leave them out ..