If you’re reading this, you’re probably looking to identify whether a critter in your garden is a friend or a foe. Thankfully, while insects do have a reputation for making pests of themselves, a lot of them can actually help to keep your garden healthy.
The bugs you want to watch out for are the ones that live in your lawn and feed on your grass. This can lead to your lawn becoming discoloured and damaged, which is the last thing you want with summer fast approaching!
These pests can very easily go unnoticed because they originate, thrive and reproduce beneath the soil. Due to this, it’s important to take action as soon as you detect a lawn pest infestation. You’ll be preventing extensive damage, and your garden will thank you.
There’s nothing more frustrating then spending hours labouring away removing weeds, only to have them spring back up again after a few weeks.
If you’re struggling to get rid of your weeds and have them stay gone, you’re in the right place! Read on to find out why your weeds might be growing back, and what you can do to stop those pesky weeds from popping up again.
There is no shortage of different weeds native to the UK. With summer almost here, we’re already starting to see the tell-tale buds of weeds getting ready to blossom and grow. Of the many variants of weeds found in the UK, a large number of them are flowering weeds.
These are a few of the most commonly found flowering weeds you might expect to see in a UK outdoor space - check out our handy guide to identifying common flowering weeds in the UK!
Weeds with White Flowers:
These are some of the common weeds with white flowers you can find in the UK:
Daisy ~ Bellis Perennis
Gardening is one of the most popular hobbies around the world, and it’s easy to see why. The cultivation and maintenance of a garden is one of the simplest pleasures in life, and being able to enjoy the fruits of your labour (literally) with a vegetable patch is an added bonus to the enjoyment of gardening.
Unfortunately, where there’s a garden there’s weeds, and the same can be said for vegetable patches. Weeds can be particularly difficult to manage in vegetable patches because you need to also be cautious of the vegetables when treating the weeds.
If you’re struggling with weeds in your vegetable patch, we’ve got some advice to help you prevent, manage, and remove weeds.