September Gardening
September: A Month of Garden Reflection

September: A Month of Garden Reflection Autumn is cautiously creeping upon us. Leaves are beginning…

Pyrus communis
Glorious in the Garden Now…Pyrus Communis ‘Williams Bon Chretien’

The Pyrus communis or ‘Williams Bon Chretien’ is one of England’s most popular and historic…

cutting garden clematis trials
Inside The Cutting Garden Clematis Trials
The whimsical clematis with all its meandering stems happily twirling around a hazel obelisk. Deep…
Glorious in the Garden Now…Chaenomeles Japonica 

  Also known as Japanese quince this versatile plant, not to be confused with the…

freshly competed beds
What to do now: Garden tasks for March 2020

I don’t think anyone isn’t glad to see the back of February this year. When…

native planting
The Importance Of Native Planting

The image we get when picturing a quintessentially English country garden is anything but. With…

soil
Soil – The Unsung Hero Of Your Garden

Brimming with invisible bacteria and living organisms, soil is a vital ingredient in a healthy…

spring shrubs for aromatherapy
4 Superb Shrubs and Climbers for Springtime Garden Aromatherapy

Delight in the sweetest springtime garden scents. Our pick of the most fragrant plants to…

winter-pruning wisteria
Why winter-pruning will leave your wisteria blooming beautifully

It’s time for winter-pruning wisteria. Here’s how a skilful twice-yearly pruning keeps them healthy and…

top jobs february
Top Kitchen Garden Jobs In February

February has arrived bringing with it lengthening days and a fresh feeling of optimism. At…