Monthly Archive: January 2019

Supporting your climbing plants – its worth doing it properly climbing plants

Supporting your climbing plants – its worth doing it properly climbing plants

If you are considering growing some climbing plants this year its worth considering installing a good support system. Simply using thin wires and vine eyes is alright up to a certain point but consider...

Early season vegetable garden preparation

Early season vegetable garden preparation

January and February are key times to start to get your vegetable garden up and running. As the sun becomes stronger as we progress towards spring you can use the suns power to heat. up...

Ensure your garden is well-presented all year round

Ensure your garden is well-presented all year round

Seasonal changes can be troublesome for your outdoor space. In the summer, you may get too much sunshine, while the winter may bring too much frost. This can make it a difficult task to...

Growing climbers on older walls – point you wall before planting 

Growing climbers on older walls – point you wall before planting 

  If you are looking to grow some new climbing plants on an older wall especially if its a wall has been created with lime mortar then Its work pointing any parts of the...

GardenAdvice on how to planting a box hedge

GardenAdvice on how to planting a box hedge

As the season start to approach spring now is a good time to plant a bare rooted box hedge ( buxus sempervirens or buxus sempervirens suffruticosa – the second being a dwalf version so...

Plants for wedding bouquets and loved ones

Plants for wedding bouquets and loved ones

  If you wish to extend the memory of your wedding or a loved one the might have passed away through plants the GardenAdvice Team has a service designed to create new plants from...

First stages in setting up a fruit and vegetable garden

First stages in setting up a fruit and vegetable garden

If you are considering growing some of your own fruit and vegetable garden a bit of thought and planning in January and February can make sure your venue is well on the way to...

How to Care for the Birds That Visit Your Garden

How to Care for the Birds That Visit Your Garden

Have you ever experienced a beautiful moment when sitting with a cup of tea, admiring your garden and suddenly a gorgeous little bird lands on the bird table next to your patio doors? Well,...

GardenAdvice to relaunch its original audio weekly garden calendar at the end of March

GardenAdvice to relaunch its original audio weekly garden calendar at the end of March

GardenAdvice to relaunch its original audio weekly garden calendar at the end of March as a Amazon Alexa skill. Click the link to hear one of our original audio calendars from 2002 https://www.gardenadvice.co.uk/club/calendar/cal_04aug.wav https://www.gardenadvice.co.uk/club/calendar/cal_04aug.wav...

It’s Time to Get Your Garden Ready for Spring

It’s Time to Get Your Garden Ready for Spring

  With us being in January, Winter has yet to fully set in, which means mother nature is waiting to spring (no-pun intended) some unexpected weather on us, but the good news is that...