It’s never too early to get a head start on your home-growing journey and there are several flower and vegetable seeds that you can sow in january.
From the wood you use for DIY projects to the fuel you burn, find out how sustainable UK wood is and what you can do to help our forests.
The whole point of building a rustic planter box is for it to look old and weathered, like it’s been in your garden for ages. So, how do you build a rustic planter box? Follow our simple guide to creating a sustainable piece for your garden.
When choosing the wood for a planter box, you’ll need to consider a few things. Find out the pros and cons of different woods and the most sustainable options.
There are few things more satisfying than growing and picking your own home-grown vegetables, salad or herbs. Learn how to build a planter box for vegetables and get started on your food growing journey.
With advances in technology and a wide range of materials, it’s possible to get beautiful, realistic-looking wood-effect garden furniture that won’t need sanding, treating or painting!
Your plastic garden furniture doesn’t have to end up in landfills. Here are all the ways by which you can recycle your plastic garden furniture.
Learn about the benefits of resin garden furniture, when to opt for it, and some useful tips on buying before you visit your nearest furniture store.
A beautiful garden doesn’t have to be expensive – in fact, we’re here to show you how a bit vision can result in a unique garden for next-to-nothing.
Vegetable garden ideas for every space, from full-sized beds to balconies and patios – get growing today!
Maximise your yield and minimise your effort with square foot gardening – a practical, easy way to grow crops in any garden.
Our list of the 10 best plants for kids to grow will encourage them to have fun in the garden and have a better understanding of the natural world.
Growing crops can be tough without full sun in your garden. Here are 21 vegetables to grow in shade, with tips on how to keep them healthy.
Enjoy a garden that’s literally good enough to eat by growing a foodscape. These 22 foodscaping ideas will get you started.
Learn how to grow strawberries at home, and enjoy the perfect treat for a summer’s day – with cream, in Pimm’s, or as a fresh treat on their own.
Learning how to grow sweetcorn in your garden will reward you with stunning foliage and delicious golden cobs to enjoy at the dinner table.
If you like a little bit of kick in your kitchen, learning how to grow chilli peppers is going to be a very satisfying experience.
Companion planting is all about knowing which vegetables can be grown together to get the best out of your kitchen garden.
Versatile, delicious and packed with nutrients, carrots are a winner at the dinner table. Learn how to grow carrots in your garden at home.
Enjoy more fresh salads and crunchy garnishes with home-grown ingredients by learning how to grow cucumbers in your own garden.
It’s time to bring life back into your vegetable patch, and prepare your plates for these delicious garden vegetables to plant in spring.
There are so many ways to enjoy potatoes that it makes them one of the most practical crops to start producing at home.
Tomatoes are a rewarding crop, and you can get an excellent harvest from just a few plants. Learn how to grow tomatoes in your garden here!
Green beans, also known as string beans or French beans, are super easy to grow in the UK.
Cabbage is a nutritious plate-filler, and a fantastic crop to start growing at home.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as serving up a plate with food that’s come from your own garden.
We have an incredible range of common species across the UK, and encouraging insects, birds and animals into your garden is an easy way to learn more about them.
Urban gardening is all about finding innovative ways to create green spaces when there’s barely room for a garden. My favourite examples of this? Green roofing and living walls.
How can you grow greenery when there’s barely any space for a plant pot? The answer is to look for a new angle – quite literally – and start employing vertical, green wall ideas.
Try our easy indoor herb garden ideas to discover how simple, satisfying (and delicious) growing your own ingredients can be!
There’s a growing trend for unique, handmade furniture – often the result of DIY projects. What’s the best material for these rough-and-ready builds? Well, more often than not, it’s the humble pallet.
Encouraging friendly species like bees, ladybirds, and beetles not only helps to pollinate your flowers, but can actually help you control the numbers of pesky plant-eaters.
Vintage decor is becoming a popular way to give gardens a unique charm, and transforming your garden into a dreamy, rustic space is simpler than you might think.
When it comes to gardening, there’s not much that’s more satisfying than taking something you’ve grown and bringing it in to eat.
A complete beginners guide to composting, with tips and garden compost bin ideas to help you figure out exactly how to start composting at home.