Bulb flowers, planted correctly and on time, are some of the least demanding plants in the garden. On top of that, their blossoms and leaves contribute greatly for the beauty of your home and garden. Nothing can soften the biting frost as well as the planted bulbs do, growing under the snow, ready to bloom in wonderful colours as the first spring sun rays make their way through the thick moody clouds. You can force the bulb growth in containers at home, too, and enjoy the fragrant blossoms when winter comes to an end.
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Monthly Care for Your Garden and Plants
Birds make a great addition to your garden, they’re great to look at and they’re useful as well. For instance,they will eat slugs, snails, aphids, insects and other well-known troublemakers. It’s not difficult to attract birds to your garden, here are our top tips.
Succulent plants get into the florists’ radars due to their resilience to sudden temperature changes and low air humidity which is often the case in warm rooms during winter. If you wonder how to grow cactuses at home, count the peculiarities of the different species, as well as their development and blossoming rhythm.
It’s already June and summer is now establishing itself with a steady step. If you’ve gone through the to-do list for this month, you know there’s still time to plant some crops. We suggest you to try companion planting, in particular the best plants to grow with tomatoes. We know that you probably grow your […]
An initiative of the The Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) started 14 years ago, National Maintenance Week is a drive to raise awareness among owners of all kinds of buildings, not just ancient and period homes, about the importance of regular care and prevention of any damage that time and weather can cause.