April is one of those in between months, leaves and blossom is springing out all over the place but the frost at night could wipe out big sections of your garden. Our Guide to April in the garden
In these uncertain times, it’s now more important than ever to look after our health and well being. It has been proven that spending just two hours a week in nature can improve overall health and while most of now find we have a lot more time on our hands, keeping busy in the garden is a welcome distraction.
Getting the kids involved is a great opportunity for fresh air, exercise and keeping active as a family. Children love to watch things grow, so why not identify a planting area in your garden and show them how to plant seeds and grow flowers that provide nectar and Read More