5 tips for an eco-friendly lawn

5 tips for an eco-friendly lawn

How we love our lawns. Of course, gardening is an essential hobby in our culture; it’s estimated that 27 million Brits – 41% of people – participate in gardening in some way. In particular, we spend huge amounts of cash, sweat and time on fertilising, watering,...
Gardens need a probiotic too

Gardens need a probiotic too

During the lockdown, people have spent more time in their gardens. And it turns out that outside is the safest place to be, so making our outside spaces productive, beautiful and teeming with life is important. And going green has leapt up the agenda for many people....
Saving the planet starts in your garden

Saving the planet starts in your garden

How often have you heard the saying, “muck and magic” in terms of how your garden grows? The “muck” bit is the soil, built up over millennia and made up of leaves, compost, old plants and other decomposed organic matter. And the “magic” ingredient in productive soil...