After a surge in strimmer injury cases this year, Hedgehog rescue Prickles & Paws is urging gardeners to check for wildlife before they strim. Can you help?
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As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, we’re anticipating demand for items that support socialising outdoors. So, what do you think we should test?
Did you know that it’s Hedgehog Street’s 10th birthday this year? Our guest explains how its campaign has progressed, and what you can do in your garden to help.
The COVID-19 lockdown has increased the amount of rubbish the average UK household produces. How are you managing yours?
Gardening and wildlife go hand in hand. Do you do a little more to attract wildlife to your outside spaces? I discuss the results of our recent member survey.
With us just past the official start of autumn, signs of change in our gardens are becoming all too apparent. How can you best prepare for the next season?
A hosepipe ban has been in effect in Northern Ireland since Friday and, with the hot weather set to continue, are we about to see further bans across the UK?
Bees are an essential part of a British summer and vital to the production of fruit and other crops. But like so much of our native wildlife, bees are under threat from the use of pesticides, habitat loss and climate change. How can you help?
When was the last time you saw Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and her family in your garden? According to a recent survey, there’s a good chance it was over a year ago…
There are nearly 130 species of slugs and snails in the UK and many are garden pests that can quickly wreak havoc. So how do you keep them off your prized plants?
We’ve all become aware of the need to reduce our use of plastics and think carefully about how we dispose of them – and when we garden, being out with nature trying to get the best from our environment, we’re probably more aware of this than most.
It’s Easter, spring has almost sprung, and that can only mean one thing: a trip to the garden centre. So what grand designs do you have for your garden and your hanging baskets or pots this year? (more on hanging baskets…)
In December 2016, there were countless reports of daffodils appearing days before Christmas. Have you noticed the seasons changing when it comes to gardening?
A fine spring when apple trees were in blossom and insects were busy pollinating, followed by plenty of rain to help the fruit swell has led to a bumper harvest this year. And don’t I know it.