A fad in modern architecture and gardening or a necessity to bring back nature into industrialised densely built urban landscapes? Living green walls are becoming more and more popular, so we decided to explore the benefits, installation and maintenance process of these structures. Read on to find out how long they have been around, why […]
One of the most loved holidays, Easter brings together friends and families to celebrate the idea of rebirth, good defeating evil and light breaking through darkness, as well as end Lent season with delicious meals. But Easter celebrations are also very colourful, providing fun for children and adults alike. There are plenty of Easter games […]
Well, here it is once again – our official excuse to wear green and drink until green starts wearing us. Yes, it’s Paddy’s Day and while we are still shaking our gardeners’ heads at some – Irish, mind you – manufacturers’ inability to tell a clover from a shamrock (don’t worry, Guinness, you can […]
Yes, we’re talking about mint! The breath-saving, tummy-taming, taste-boosting mint. At Fantastic Gardeners, we love this refreshing plant and why wouldn’t we? It is fragrant, easy to grow, and has a myriad of beneficial uses in culinary arts, medicine, and cosmetics. Even bees love its rich nectar! Find out some of the most popular health […]
With over 30% of Brits admitting their mother is the most important person in their life and half coming to realise they are indeed turning into their mums, it's no surprise we don't scrimp around Mother's Sunday. If we let figures speak for themselves, it becomes quite evident what an important meaning we ascribe to this celebration – every year, we send over 30 million Happy Mother's Day cards and spend one and a half billion pounds on flowers and presents such as jewellery, beauty products, and gardening tools.