Winter lawn problems you need to watch out for

23rd November 2021

We may think of winter as being a time of dormancy in the garden, but despite appearances, things are very much still active in the lawn, both above and beneath the soil. Although at a slower rate, grass continues to grow, detritus breaks down, and the pupal stages of insects grow and develop. This means […]

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Frozen berries on a branch

Five ways to make your garden friendly to wildlife this winter

9th November 2021

As we move into the winter months, we all tend to start hibernating a bit in our own way. Eschewing after-work social commitments or sessions at the gym, we prefer to cosy up at home where it’s warm. But while we may think we suffer from the seasonal chill, it’s nothing compared to the challenges […]

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