Month: September 2014

Gardening Tasks for October

Gardening Tasks For October

The days are getting shorter and the temperatures cooler and you look forward to arriving home from work to a warm dinner and evening in front of the fire. However, you do still want a well-kept garden to look out on, thus it needs to be maintained. This maintenance isn’t important simply for aesthetic reasons,… Read more »

How to Deal with Moss on Your Lawn

Dealing with moss on your lawn

Whether it’s a temporary or more permanent problem, having moss on your lawn can be annoying and a nuisance. Short term problems with moss can follow drought or waterlogging, but if your problem is long term, it may suggest underlying problems. On new lawn,  you might find that poor preparation is to blame, whereas on… Read more »

How to Deal with Waterlogged Soil

How to deal with water logged soil

In spite of ever-high hopes that each year will get better than the last, in the United Kingdom, with autumn inevitably comes rain. Unfortunately, this abundance of rain can cause trouble in terms of waterlogged soil. This guide should help advise you on how to cope with the problem and ways you can get around… Read more »

Tips on Building a Brick BBQ

Tips on Building a Brick BBQ

So, you’ve spent a lot of time, effort and money sprucing up your garden and making it look presentable, and now you want the opportunity to be able to use it and enjoy it. A brick barbecue is a great solution to this. They don’t have to be expensive to make, and can actually be… Read more »

How to Create your own Wildflower Garden

How to create your own Wildflower Garden

Wildflower gardens can be a beautiful addition to your garden. Not only will can wildflower gardens provide food and a place of shelter for wildlife, they can be more interesting than other garden flower features and much easier to maintain. Of course, it can be difficult to know where to begin and how to prepare… Read more »

How to Improve the Quality of Your Lawn

How To Improve The Quality of Your Lawn

The quality of your lawn can really make or break your garden’s appearance, but knowing how to keep it in tip-top condition can be difficult. What’s more, it’s likely that your lawn will be the most used area of your garden so keeping it clear for treatments and seeds can be difficult. However, this guide… Read more »

How to Attract Wildlife to your Garden

How to Attract Wildlife to Your Garden

You’ve already put plenty of time and effort into making your garden beautiful for you and your guests to enjoy, but is it sure to encourage the wonderful British wildlife in, too? Inviting the wildlife in doesn’t have to be difficult or costly. Read this guide on how to make your garden more welcoming to… Read more »