Today, we bring you an external expert to the table to tell us some nifty gardening tricks. Nicky Roeber is the Online Horticultural Expert at Wyevale Garden Centres. Here, he shares his top tips for creating a garden that can be packed up and moved — perfect for green-fingered members of “generation rent”.
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Growing herbs makes your garden look nice and gives you the advantage of spicing up your meals with fresh greens. Creating a herb garden requires only a small chunk of effort and, after investing a little bit of time as well, you will bear the fruits of your hard work soon enough. Even if growing herbs outdoors or indoors doesn’t require plenty of gardening knowledge on your side, you might still want to check our extensive guide on how to grow a herb garden.
Winter is coming and with it come gardeners, fretting over frostbitten plants and damaged crops. Fear not, ladies and gentlemen - let’s introduce you to our extensive guide on how to protect plants from freezing and the best ways to store them during winter.
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.
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.