Wreaths are a fantastic way to add colour, texture and personality to your door and create a lasting first impression on your guests. Here are 14 stunning autumn wreaths to inspire you:
From show-stopping festive door wreaths to more subtle half-decorated vine wreaths, these easy-to-make decorations have never been more popular.
As the nights draw in and temperatures dip, autumn may not be the most obvious season for a garden party. Look beyond the falling leaves and grey skies and see it as an opportunity to get creative and do something a bit different.
Are you thinking of adding some autumn flowering perennials to liven up your garden? In this article, we will look at 10 flowering perennials to bring you joy every autumn.
Are you looking for some plants that will keep your garden looking colourful far into autumn? If this is your goal, you might consider a few ornamental plants that prefer to flower late in the season.
In this article, we will look at the perfect bee-friendly flowering plants for an autumn garden. Let’s take a look.
Autumn can be a wonderful time for colour in the garden. Here are 14 of my favourite red autumn climbing plants and a recipe that you can make from one of them.
Do you love Autumn Joy sedum? If you want one of these beauties in your garden, this article is for you. This sedum looks great on its own, but it’s always good to complement it with a few other plants.
Autumn is a wonderful season for being outdoors. Read our list of tips and ideas for making your outdoor patch cosier this season.
Containers of all kinds are a great way to introduce more plant life to your autumn garden. You can plant many cold-hardy flowers and plants, from asters to winter lettuce and herbs.
Here’s a list of jobs you can tackle over the next few weeks to get your growing space in tip-top condition and get your garden ready for winter.
When it comes to cleaning up your garden in autumn, it’s easy to lose yourself in the details. But trusting nature with your garden is often the best way to make sure it stays healthy and beautiful.
From asparagus to spinach, there are many vegetables to plant in your autumn and winter garden. Some you can harvest in winter, while others will give you earlier spring or summer crops next year.
When the leaves start to fall and your once bright summer perennials come to the end of their natural lives, it can be tricky to keep your garden looking bright and welcoming. Here’s our pick of the best flowers for an autumn garden.