If you’re keen to add some evergreen interest to a dull winter garden, discover our pick of the best trailing plants for a winter hanging basket.
Are you wondering what to plant in your home or garden to brighten it up this winter? Even though most flowers can be seen in spring and summer, there are a few varieties that flower in winter.
There are a few things you can do over the colder months to help protect your strawberry plants and boost their summer fruit yield.
Preparing your garden for spring in late winter can help you take better advantage of the growing season by starting seeds indoors and getting the garden beds ready faster.
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.
If you’re wondering what to do in the garden in February, here are 12 tasks to get your outdoor patch into shape for spring.
Discover which birds you might be lucky enough to see in your winter garden and some tips for helping to care for them.
If you’re thinking of adding some climbing plants to your garden, why not add some that will burst into bloom in the colder months? There are several flowering climbers that will bring heavenly scents and vivid colour to your winter garden.
You can grow plenty of crops in winter, even in an unheated greenhouse. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of some of the easiest crops to grow in a greenhouse during the colder months.
Would you like to brighten up your dull winter garden? By planting winter bloomers, you should be able to create a vivid winter garden in no time.
Hanging baskets are often thought of as bright summer accessories. Let’s take a look at 14 of the best plants for a beautiful winter hanging basket:
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.
Would you like to have fresh vegetables throughout the winter season? There are many varieties of vegetables that do just fine in the cold, in fact, some even prefer it.
The depths of winter can be a gloomy time for the garden. We’re here to help you inject some much-needed colour into your outdoor space with our pick of the best plants for a winter garden.
There is officially a chill in the air, so it feels like the right time to start talking specifically about garden heating ideas and all the ways to stay cosy outdoors.
At Garden Patch, we’re keen to be outside as much as possible, as I’m sure you are too! Getting your garden heating right is essential for relaxing in your garden over winter.
As winter sets in (and I finally cave and turn my heating on), I thought I’d share some Christmas garden ideas here on the blog.