‘Lawn food’ and ‘lawn fertiliser’ are two terms that are often used synonymously, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they are the same thing.
To be able to answer the question ‘are lawn food and lawn fertiliser the same thing?’, we need to get a more accurate understanding of what they actually are and what defines them.
So, without further ado, let’s get into it!
Did you know that gardens cover more space than all UK National Nature Reserves put together? This really highlights how important it is to keep your garden fresh and healthy, since they play such a vital role in supporting your local ecosystem.
If you’re looking for a way to make your lawn more ‘easy on the eye’ whilst turning it into something beneficial for pollinators, one of the best ways to achieve this is by growing flowers in your garden.
Think about the wind as you're planting
Creating a wind-proof garden can be quite tricky if you're not well acquainted with the way the wind moves through your garden. Depending on the position of your house, your outbuildings and your fences, the wind will flow around your garden in a very specific way. Some areas might be caught in a kind of 'wind tunnel' while other areas might be much more still and calm. More...
Spring is the perfect time to get your vegetable patch back up and running. If you've never tried growing your own, why not use March and April to get green-fingered and grow your own veg?
We've chosen three vegetables that are fairly easy to get started with, but don't let that limit you - it's possible to grow all sorts of things in your very own vegetable patch!
In this blog, we take a look at when to plant fruit and vegetables in your garden so you can take advantage of what nature has to offer.
Most fruits and vegetables should be planted in March/April, so now is definitely the time to get your plot up and running. Everything has different growing requirements, so before committing, make sure you have the correct plants for your garden and be sure to stock up on pots and compost.
Here are a few simple planting instructions for some of the UK's favourite fruit and veg. More...
Did you know that the types of plants and flowers that are planted in your garden can have an effect on the wildlife that you find coming and going? Well, they can!
By choosing the right plants, you can provide both food and shelter for certain wildlife, especially birds. So, if you’d like your garden to be a nature hotspot, try adding these plants to attract different species of birds.