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.
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 maintenance.If you have an article of interest please contact us
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
Gardening in October
October’s weather is usually very unpredictable. We could experience the first severe frost, or it may remain mild – we may even be blessed with an Indian Summer!
Coronavirus: Want to sell a home? Make the garden look nice
Landlords and owners putting their homes on the market are being told to show off gardens in marketing photos as house-hunters search for space.
Gardening: the latest fitness trend?
We all know that gardening is a great way to get creative and spend time outdoors, but did you know that it also has some serious fitness benefits?
Bring the fragrance indoors with David Domoney
Fragrance has the power to unlock memories and transport us back in time. By introducing fragranced plants to our homes and gardens, we’re inviting the aromas to lift our spirits and make them refresh...
Gardens and Coronavirus
National Garden Scheme report highlights the importance of gardens and outdoor spaces during lockdown
August - Plants To Excite The Senses
Virtually every plant will stimulate one sense or another, so this month we’re celebrating plants for all their diverse sensory appeal