April is such a magical time of year! It’s quite simply awe inspiring to see the landscape being painted by mother nature in every beautiful shade of green, as more leaves unfurl and the view becomes ever greener each day. I love to be outside, surrounded by the birds singing and bees buzzing. On warm days you may see butterflies flying: look out for the green toned Brimstone butterfly this month.
The RHS London Spring Plant Extravaganza is being held on Friday 1st April 2016 and Saturday 2nd April 2016 (today), at The RHS Lawrence Hall, Westminster, London, SW1P 2QD.
I love flowers. I cut flowers, stems and leaves to bring indoors all year round. It’s lovely to enjoy seasonal flowers, which often flower for just a short while every year, somehow this makes the flowers even more precious. I appreciate and value what’s in season now, in the UK we have beautiful, British grown cut flowers and plants that we all can enjoy if we know where to find them.
I love this time of year! I look forward to seeing the beautiful, diamond like sparkle of the first frosts glistening in the morning sunlight. There are lots of lovely things you can do now, both indoors and out, to ensure that your garden is in tip-top condition, with lots of wonderful new plants that you can look forward to growing next year!
This time of year is so exciting, with Christmas coming and lots of celebrations on the horizon! Make the most of any bright, sunny days, wrap up warmly and get out in the garden!
Mycorrhizal fungi are a UK species of fungi that occur naturally in the soil. Mycorrhizal fungi have a special growing relationship with some plants, they effectively work together to create a stronger, wider reaching root system for the plant; helping the plant to withstand drought and stress.
I love autumn, the colourful falling leaves, shiny berries, and burnished tones add to the romance and beauty of the garden. Make the most of the autumn planting opportunities available now, order seed catalogues and create a beautiful garden to enjoy all year round. There’s still lots to do in the garden, or at your allotment now!
Mycorrhizal fungi are beneficial fungi species that occur naturally in the soil.
I love the autumn, the colourful falling leaves and burnished tones add to the romance and beauty of the garden. Make the most of the autumn planting opportunities available now, order seed catalogues, and create a beautiful garden to enjoy all year round. There’s still lots to do in the garden or at your allotment now!
Mycorrhizal fungi are species of fungi that occur naturally in the soil.