Gardening Magazine

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  • Potting up an Art Class

    Potting Class

    When a boiling hot day is forecast, do all your gardening as early as you can in the morning. Then, as a well-earned reward, enjoy a pot of tea. Read more

    The 17 March 2018 by   Gardenamateur
  • 5 Seriously Cool DIY Ideas to Transform Your Home

    Seriously Cool Ideas Transform Your Home

    There’s a lot of bloggers out there posting DIY and craft posts, but most of them (if we’re being completely honest), leave us feeling a little less than... Read more

    The 16 March 2018 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Cold, Wet and Grey

    Cold, Grey

    January is cold, wet and grey, who are not the three lost gnomes from Santa's grotto, or a lesser known music hall act along the lines of Wilson, Kepple and... Read more

    The 11 January 2018 by   Ozhene
  • After the Snow

    After Snow

    and we certainly had snow, about 20cm deep in less than 24 hours just over a week ago.  Whilst we have had heavy snow in the past, some four or five years ago,... Read more

    The 21 December 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • A Moment of Autumn Sun

    Moment Autumn

    The past week feels like it has been very grey and cloudy.  We are now properly in autumn and the days get shorter one after another. Read more

    The 05 November 2017 by   Ozhene
  • How to Get a Good Quality Shed on a Budget

    Good Quality Shed Budget

    Is your garage overflowing with tools, equipment, toys and other items you’ve accumulated over time? Have you just started gardening or are beginning to... Read more

    The 04 November 2017 by   Mountain Publishing
  • Me Mammey!


    With fall, more or less being here, the calendar says one thing, the weather says something else, it is still really warm. Don’t get me wrong, I am by NO MEANS... Read more

    The 22 October 2017 by   Thecitrusguy
  • Bringing in the Beans

    Bringing Beans

    One of my garden jobs this month has been picking beans and bringing them in to shell. We grew 6 different climbing bean varieties this year, each were chosen... Read more

    The 21 October 2017 by   The Garden Smallholder
  • Guest Post-Prevent Garden Disease By Looking Ahead

    Guest Post-Prevent Garden Disease Looking Ahead

    There are times in life that a little help is always appreciated. As you all may know, I stay very busy with lectures, workshops, as well as maintaining my yard. Read more

    The 02 October 2017 by   Thecitrusguy
  • Minty Goodness

    Minty Goodness

    Good. Our native mint bushes, or Prostanthera, are putting on their first spring flower show as mature plants, and they're a lovely sight. Read more

    The 20 September 2017 by   Gardenamateur