A guide to creating a sustainable garden

As the world outside seems to be increasingly uncertain making and caring for a garden seems to be a popular way of finding joy and a degree of control. Some people think that they could never make a successful garden but the truth is that anybody can really. Sustainable gardening is not as hard as … Continue reading A guide to creating a sustainable garden

Indoor Herb Garden Guide – guest post by Kiana

When you’re looking to whip up one of your favorite recipes for your family and friends, wouldn’t it be nice to have everything you need in your home? It’s a lot easier than you think. Although the weather may hinder your ability to grow certain plants at different times of the year, there’s no doubt … Continue reading Indoor Herb Garden Guide – guest post by Kiana

How to Help Wildlife in Your Garden This Winter – Guest post by NatureSpy

It might be springlike at the moment but winter has a habit of biting back with a vengeance - just think back to the Beast from the East in the UK last year! With this in mind, here's a short post about how to help wildlife in winter. ................................................................... Winter can be a hard time … Continue reading How to Help Wildlife in Your Garden This Winter – Guest post by NatureSpy

Make your own bird feeder – guest post by Tim Rogers

At this time of year it’s nice to give the birds in our garden a bit of a boost with some extra food and you get the benefit of being able to see lots of different species up close. Bird feeders don’t have to be expensive either – you can make your own. There are … Continue reading Make your own bird feeder – guest post by Tim Rogers

Edging Your Backyard: A Few Helpful Tips – guest post by Kylie Johnson

Your home is divided into designated living areas that define the purpose of each space. A little "outdoor space designation" will create the unified environment that draws your family and friends into the special world that is your backyard. Creating crisp clean edges and borders to direct traffic, focus attention, and indicate specific activities (play … Continue reading Edging Your Backyard: A Few Helpful Tips – guest post by Kylie Johnson