Health & Wellbeing
Stress is a worldwide 21st century problem that can cause physical problems such as higher blood pressure, muscle tension and digestive problems, while long-term stress can lead to serious health issues including depression and anxiety.
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Benefits Through Gardening
Gardening has been proven through years of research and real life studies to dramatically improve both the mental health and wellbeing of the population but also the physical health through garden mai...
10 ideas to get your garden ready for spring
Love The Garden have put together 10 ideas to get your garden ready for spring, now that the weather has started to warm up and many of the frosts are coming to an end for parts of the country.
A Simple Guide to how Gardening can Help with Your Health and Wellbeing
According to recent research, up to 20% of the UK population may need additional mental health support thanks to the Pandemic and its effect on our lives.
Will garden centres stay open during England's third lockdown?
Here's everything we know so far Article by Country Living
Greenery In Your Home Reduces Stress, Improves Health
In these sequestered times, when we are spending more time at home than ever, we need a home that gives us every advantage.
Vitax donation helps hospital’s Secret Garden grow
A hidden garden within the grounds of Glenfield Hospital in Leicester, is set to see its kitchen garden grow with the support of Leicester based garden product manufacturer, Vitax Limited.
Bulbs to plant in Autumn
Bulbs make a fine display planted in containers or borders, especially daffodils, snowdrops and tulips in spring. They are one of the easiest and most rewarding garden plants to grow.
Ways to enjoy your garden in winter
Discover 10 ways in which you can enjoy your garden and exercise your green fingers during the winter months. By BBC Gardeners' World Magazine