Wood as an Ethical Resource in the Garden

Wood as an Ethical Resource in the Garden

Wood can be used in several locations in your garden including fencing, compost bins, support structures, bed edging and garden furniture. The versatility of the material makes it very popular to use in the garden. However, with the increased awareness of climate...

Pesticides

A great deal of any gardener’s time is spent dealing with destructive garden pests. Chemical pesticides can be fast and effective, but they bring with them a whole host of nasty side effects. They have a big impact on the environment as a whole, as well as upsetting...
Armchair gardening

Armchair gardening

Kate Spray ( Garden Designer) has written a helpful article for Berrie Garden Design  to help us make the best of winter plants. Now is the perfect time to reassess your garden and make a plan. Without all the deciduous growth that arrives in spring, it is easier to...
A guide to planters

A guide to planters

A Guide to Planters When decorating your home plant pots are often an afterthought, but choosing the right planters can set the theme of your property by either subtly complimenting its features or even creating a striking focal point. In recent years the search for...
Lighting in the garden

Lighting in the garden

Extend the use of your garden with low voltage plug & play garden lighting. Low voltage plug and play garden lighting So what is low voltage plug & play garden lighting? Quite simply it’s a 12V system that consists of a transformer, a mains cable and garden...