Frost Damage

This spring has been a stinker for late frosts after early warmth, catching out many of us gardeners -especially when ...

How to Carry on Gardening

If you’re unwell or feeling low, gardening can be very therapeutic but you have to adapt your techniques to ...

What to do when your rhubarb goes to seed and the plant growth slows down: Photo 1. Cut the central stalk with the ...

6 Top Tips on Beating Slugs without Pellets

We don’t like using slug pellets as they are (unsurprisingly) very toxic. Even if you can ensure that wildlife ...

5 Common Garden Design Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

Garden Design, for me, is about creating an outside space which is as unique and individual as you are and that ...

April in the garden

An extended spell of fine weather over the last couple of weeks has brought everything on early. The grass season is ...

March Gardening with Bob Davison

Welcome back I’ve just spent two weeks working in County Cork, preparing and planting up a coastal garden for a ...

December in the Garden

Well, all in all it’s been a great autumn. We’ve been able to get stuck in to loads of work and ...

October Gardening with Bob Davison

I can’t recall a better Autumn than the one we have the pleasure of experiencing this year. You could call it a ...

September in the Garden with Bob Davison

September is a favourite month for many. Where August can feel a little spent and quiet the September garden seems to ...