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Prepare the garden for autumn

Time to prepare the garden for autumn, even though it is still summer! Gardening always means looking towards the seasons ahead and being prepared for what to grow, what weather will be coming and what might need protecting. It is good to make plans and even write a list of what needs to be done. Here is our guide to getting on track with the months heading into autumn. 

15 garden tips for September

The days might be getting shorter but there’s still plenty to enjoy in your garden, with late-flowering plants and stunning autumn foliage setting the garden aglow with colour. It’s time to harvest the veg, tidy up the beds and start thinking ahead to next spring. Here are our top 15 gardening jobs for September.

Keep your garden paths looking good

You can keep your garden paths looking good in many ways, from cleaning to even planting and other ideas in between! This is how we recommend your paths look the best they can all year. 

Garden therapy

Discover everything about garden therapy. The latest research shows that spending even a little time in your garden is good for your mental health.

How to repot a container plant

Here is how to repot a container plant perfectly to ensure it settles in well and thrives.

7 great front garden design ideas

Your front garden is the first thing you see when you come home and the first thing other people see when they visit you, so it needs to look good. These great design ideas for front gardens will help you make your garden something really special.

Reduce weeds with mulch

You can reduce weeds with mulch at most times of the year, but there are preferable seasons to help control weeds.

How to prevent your plants from bolting

This guide is how to prevent your plants from bolting, which can be so frustrating and happen really quickly in conditions that aren’t ideal for your plants.

Create a pet-friendly garden

Creating a pet-friendly garden doesn’t mean your garden will have to be bare, patchy lawn, or even dug-up plants. If you are starting to make your garden pet friendly or already have your perfect garden and are about to introduce your new pet, these tips will help you, and your pet enjoys the garden as much as each other. 

No dig gardening

Tired of double-digging your vegetable garden? Take heart – there is another way. No-dig gardening is an increasingly popular way of gardening that minimises disturbance to the soil, leaving the natural soil organisms to do the hard work for you.