Monthly Archives: July 2021
- Posted: July 30, 2021Read more »
Nothing ruins your pristine lawn like weeds can. Even though some types, such as dandelions and white clover, are particularly loved by bees, other types can be detrimental to the health and wellbeing of your flowerbeds. However, rather than going straight for the weedkiller, which contains highly toxic chemicals, why not try something a bit more natural? Here are a few techniques to try before you go for the strong stuff.
- Posted: July 23, 2021Read more »
Bees are quickly becoming an endangered species in the UK, and they are a vital part of our eco-system. Since 1900, the UK has lost 13 species of bee, and there are 35 more that are classed to be on the brink of extinction. By welcoming bees into your garden, you are helping to preserve the eco-systems that keep our planet running and protect the little pollinators in the process!
- Posted: July 16, 2021Read more »
It can be hard to know what plants are safe to put in your garden when you’re a pet owner, especially if you have cats and dogs. Having a bland garden with no plants will keep them from harm but doesn’t exactly make the most of your area. We have compiled a list of ten pet safe plants for your garden, so that you can spruce up your space, whilst protecting your pup!
- Posted: July 09, 2021Read more »
When it comes to summer, it can be hard to entertain outside when you aren’t happy with your outdoor space. Spending time in your garden is a good way to get out of the house, even when you have nothing you need to do! To help you, we have compiled a list of 4 ways to jazz up your garden, which has everything you need to switch your garden from bland to brilliant, with very little effort!
- Posted: July 02, 2021Read more »
How to Create a Wildflower Meadow
With spring and summer comes lots of bees, butterflies, and bugs. Keep them well fed and looked after by growing your very own wildflower meadow! Wildflowers are very important to our ecosystem, and with fewer popping up, it's up to us to take over! It’s a simple project that will require little upkeep and will fill your garden to the brim with colour and wildlife.