Wildlife plays such an important role in our gardens, whether it’s bees pollinating our flowers or birds eating insect pests. Wildlife gardens are normally associated with leaving areas of the garden to neglect or growing wild flowers but this needn’t be the case! Many cultivated garden plants are just as valuable to wildlife for food and shelter. Read on for ideas on how to attract wildlife into your garden.
January is a cold and quiet month in the garden – the perfect opportunity to plan your gardening year ahead.
The depths of winter isn’t the best time for flowers and harvesting, but December is the month for garden maintenance. Keep your garden protected from the cold.
Winter is just around the corner, but there are still a few jobs to do before you put your garden to bed.
October is the month for Halloween, garden maintenance and planting winter-flowering bedding plants. Get gardening!