• Grid
  • List

Ingenious Use for Wood Chips in the Garden

Gardening Tip – February ‘18 Long before 1992, when Janet Jackson made a hit of “The best things in life are free”, Jack Hylton was singing it into his gramophone in 1928. His lyrics included the sun, moon and stars, all of them are there for all of us to enjoy, without having to pay […]

Read More

Like Lying Down In (A Flower) Bed: Turn Your Garden Into A Luxury Space

      Lots of people look at their garden and wish that they could make it a bit more appealing, or at least give it a once over to make it ready for garden parties, relaxation, or anything you want that’s personal to you. You can make changes to your garden, but most people […]

Read More

January – Prepare Your Greenhouse for Spring

January is definitely the lazy month for the gardener, sandwiched between the last harvest and the first sowing, many people find the ground too heavy to dig especially with the high recent rainfall, leaving even the most contentious allotmenteer with little to do on their plot. However, the bright sunshine at the beginning of this […]

Read More

What to Know About Concept Design to Get the Landscape You Want

A concept design will set the tone of your project because it’s the first phase of working on your landscape design. You’ll meet and work with a landscape designer, someone who is knowledgeable about the practices of landscape design, such as site analysis and inventory, planting design, land planning, etc.. He/she will show you a […]

Read More

Be a Little More Ambitious and Make These Changes to Your Garden

Is your garden currently lagging behind a little? Is it not quite as ambitious nor as functional as you would like it to be? If so, it’s up to you to make sure that you take steps to change things and make your garden better than it’s ever been before. The key to making big […]

Read More

The New Year Is Perfect For All Those Gardening Projects You’ve Been Putting Off

There’s a pretty good chance that over the winter your garden has been pretty neglected. After all, most people aren’t that excited about the idea of getting out into the freezing cold and wet weather to pull up weeds and mow the lawn. However, because of that, it’s probably looking a little bit sad and […]

Read More

Lawn Care Tips – Watering & Trimming

The sanctity and importance of the common garden lawn often gets overlooked on gardening blogs; as keeping a garden lawn in shape is often not considered rocket science when compared with planting exotic or temperamental plant species… yet, it’s one of those niggling concerns that amateur gardeners face – as when you think about it, […]

Read More

Should Your Garden Have A Gate, Fence or Walls?

It is easy to fill your garden with excellent plants and features and forget about whatever it is that runs around the edge of your garden. This might be a wall, fence or something in between; whatever it is you need to make sure that it fits the style of your garden and compliments it. […]

Read More
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3990645

Planning Your Garden’s Design – You can garden. Part 2

Five top tips to consider when planning your garden’s design: goal-orientated design 1. Decide what you want to do in your garden. Do you want a garden for your children to play football in or one that will accommodate as many people as possible for BBQ parties? Do you want a garden to show off […]

Read More

Don’t Waste The Space! Ideas For Creating A Functional Garden

All homeowners should want to make the best use of their gardens possible. The issue is that most people have no idea where to start, and that’s why this article should come in handy. Some excellent ideas on this page will point you in the right direction and ensure you leave no stone unturned. With […]

Read More

Copyright © 2018 Go To 4 Gardening