How to Revive Your Hanging Baskets This Autumn

Hanging Basket

How is your hanging basket looking now that the colder weather is here? If it’s not looking its best, then fear not – you are certainly not alone.  All too common a sight in gardens everywhere at this time of year, hang countless baskets which –having burst with colour all summer – now lay bedraggled and dried out, the glory days of summer behind them….Read More

Autumn Garden Tidy Up

AutumnLeaves

Autumn can be a busy time in the garden. It might seem like a quieter time of the year but keeping on top of the garden through the autumn helps keep your garden in good condition over the winter and preparing in advance for spring next year. As the trees begin to change and move into autumn you will have a steady flow of leaves…Read More

Large Gold Award at Sandringham Flower Show 2016

Happy and Glorious   We created an award-winning pub-garden themed Show Garden inspired by the many celebrations for Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday. An RHS judge said of the garden ‘Couldn’t find a single fault, it’s the garden of the show!’   Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall also visited our beautiful garden on their tour of the Show….Read More

Dealing with the Unseasonably Wet Weather

Flooded Gardens

Many of us will be worried by recent weather events and how they will affect our gardens and more specifically the plants in them. Here at Notcutts we have put together a few guidelines to help gardeners deal with the aftermath. Don’t be too quick to condemn plants in the spring. Just because a plant hasn’t begun to grow away doesn’t mean that it won’t….Read More

New Years Resolutions

border mulched with homemade compost

After a hectic year, with time and energy going into other projects, many of the tasks that I would have liked to have completed in the garden are still left undone. I am hoping to spend much more time in the garden in 2016 and this has to be my first gardening New Year’s Resolution. The second is to sort out all of my pots…Read More