Gardening as a hobby – or a vocation – is more than just about keeping the verge trimmed – sometimes there are great triumphs and dark days indeed.
In most situations, British gardeners are usually praised for their skills if they can pull off amazing horticultural feats – but it’s not always the case.
The growing season may be over, but that hasn’t stopped British gardeners from being recognised for their contributions to keeping the UK green and beautiful.
Gardening is a wonderful hobby, one with many health benefits for people – but are gardeners doing terrible damage to the UK bee population?
It’s been a busy few months at Lawnz. Now that summer 2013 has finally kicked in, it’s fair to say that the team and I have never worked so hard, tending to gardens big and small across the region.
There must be something in the air this week because it seems like wherever I turn I’m reading about another theft of gardening tools or equipment!
Although we much prefer to mow when the grass is dry, it is better to mow when wet rather than wait until the grass is dry but has grown far too tall.
If you’ve ever wondered if it’s a good idea to get into gardening, there were two stories this week illustrating just this very notion!
It’s Spring – though you wouldn’t believe it from the amount of snow on the ground in some paces – and the nation’s gardeners are girding their loins for war.
You don’t need me to tell you that gardening is a lovely pastime, but what I can tell you how it’s becoming more accessible for more or less everyone.