Gardening Magazine


  • Extended Blooms

    Extended Blooms

    I have been growing my Sandpaper Vine (Botanical name: Petrea volubilis) for a number of years in a 12-inch pot. The vine was earlier placed at a location that... Read more

    The 01 June 2020 by   Stephanie
  • Book Review: Diary of a Young Naturalist by Dara McAnulty

    Book Review: Diary Young Naturalist Dara McAnulty

    I have bought books from Little Toller Books in the past and I enjoy that they are a small independent publisher who offer an eclectic range of books. I... Read more

    The 02 June 2020 by   Ozhene
  • Weedkiller Problems

    Weedkiller Problems

    Prompted by an enquiry from a reader (Hello Debbie!) I thought it was about time I wrote another post about weedkiller, in order to keep this issue "in the... Read more

    The 03 June 2020 by   Mwillis
  • Its All About the Bees

    About Bees

    Do you remember last year when times were simpler and none of our worries contained the prospect of spending months in lockdown? Simpler times..... Well... Read more

    The 03 June 2020 by   Ozhene
  • Early Brassicas

    Early Brassicas

    I suspect that most people (like me) associate brassicas with the Winter season. Cabbages, Kale, Brussels Sprouts, they all seem like things to be eaten when th... Read more

    The 05 June 2020 by   Mwillis
  • A Quick English Garden Tour in June

    Quick English Garden Tour June

    6th June 2020 * General * Daniel Carruthersvia IFTTT Similar Articles 5 Low Maintenance Garden Plants It's... Read more

    The 06 June 2020 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Six on Saturday 06/06/20

    Saturday 06/06/20

    I was asked this morning what I had planned for the weekend. Without a second thought my reply was “I’m going to learn how to do a rain dance”. We desperately... Read more

    The 06 June 2020 by   Ronniejt28
  • Salvias


    are just starting to flower in my garden and in a few of my client’s gardens and it’s the perfect time to add these to a border or plant in a pot or two. Read more

    The 06 June 2020 by   Outofmyshed
  • Tree Following June 2020 - Watching the Quincelets

    Tree Following June 2020 Watching Quincelets

    When I wrote the Tree following post for May we had just had some late frosts. These frosts caused quite a lot of damage in the garden though superficially th... Read more

    The 07 June 2020 by   Ozhene
  • Lettuce


    is traditionally the mainstay of many salads, and we use a lot of it in our household. I do my best to make sure that we have lettuce available throughout the... Read more

    The 07 June 2020 by   Mwillis


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