Sowing The Seeds For Stress Awareness

Stress Awareness Infographic

Feeling the pressure? Growing numbers of people certainly are. What if the ultimate stress reliever is just outside… With the darker nights upon us, and just weeks until Christmas, it can feel as though these busy days are flying by at increasing speed. Indeed, it is often said that time is the new luxury, and for many, the pace and stresses of modern life can…Read More

Create A Bee Friendly Garden

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  The importance of bee’s Who doesn’t love wildlife visiting the garden? So why not choose your plants carefully to help encourage wildlife to make a return visit? Bee’s in particular are a highly important visitor to the garden. Bees pollinate a third of everything we eat and play a vital role in sustaining the planet’s ecosystems. Some 84% of the crops grown for human…Read More

LATE SUMMER PERENNIALS

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As we reach high summer, it isn’t too late to add inspiration to your garden with colour and vibrant perennials. It is now a great time for perennials as they can flower up until as late as October keeping some life in your garden through summer and into autumn. The colour pallet of perennials is vast, that are intriguing to the expert gardeners just as…Read More

Spring Tidy Up

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At last a sunny day and time for a long overdue catch up in the garden! I have pruned the rest of the Miscanthus to the ground now and they always look so much better when their winter coats of straw are removed. Already there are new shoots appearing that will flower next autumn and I have been doing my best to dodge these with…Read More