Gardening Archive

Here’s How One DIY Pro Built His Own Backyard Hobbit Hole

Tucked away in Bedford, England is a hobbit hole with a very modern twist. While no real hobbits reside there, the house is exceptionally made. After a tree died in his backyard, Ashley Yeates decided to repurpose the space into this brilliant storage space. Keep in mind

Here’s the Easiest Way to Grow Tomato Seedlings

With spring finally here, it’s time to start a new DIY gardening project at home. Tomatoes are the perfect vegetables (or fruit if you want to be technical) to plant yourself, and there’s a super simple way to do it. All you need is

How to grow succulents indoors and out

The best way to think of succulents is as ‘fat plants’. Parts of them, usually their leaves, swell up with water and this stops them from drying out in arid conditions. Cacti are the most obvious examples but sedums and sempervivums are also common.

How to grow succulents indoors and out

The best way to think of succulents is as ‘fat plants’. Parts of them, usually their leaves, swell up with water and this stops them from drying out in arid conditions. Cacti are the most obvious examples but sedums and sempervivums are also common.

Gorgeous garden designs to suit your lifestyle

Whether you want a family-friendly space, an easy maintenance scheme, a place to grow-your-own or year-round flowers – these garden designs have got it pegged.​ CLASSIC COUNTRY A simple way to create a fantastic looking traditional favourite of gorgeous, continually flowering deep borders is to opt for colour

How to create a kitchen garden

Plan your design, planting scheme and finishing touches to reap the benefits of a kitchen garden.​ What’s the difference between a kitchen garden and a vegetable patch? Well, the biggest difference is that the kitchen garden, or potager, is both productive and beautiful. A

FRONTIN’

You know what they say: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Well, perhaps these useful tips on how to improve the exterior of your house will prove the old adage wrong. From climbing roses and wisteria to pleached box