What seeds can I sow in July? Well there are an awful lot of them! Today I’m going to talk about some of the seeds you can sow outdoors, straight into the ground, in July. I’ll start, as always, by
How to make compost – fast! Nature has a perfect way to return materials to the ground to become food for the future generations of plants. We can mimic this process by making compost and using it as a mulch.
Key Secrets For Eating Seasonally. With a few simple strategies for seasonal eating and growing seasonal food, you can eat fresh vegetables all year round. Although I ought to add, in some places, where you have three feet of snow
Here are some easy ways to save money in the garden, without compromising on looks or taste. It’s all too easy to get carried away and spend a lot of money in garden, especially in the spring when we are
What seeds can I sow in October? Well, there are plenty of them. Sowing Under Cover If you have a covered growing area like a polytunnel, greenhouse or even a cold frame you can start off some spring onions now.
We are frequently asked how to stop cats pooping in the garden. Certainly we love our cat Monty. We love cats, all of them and welcome them to Byther Farm. We keep them as pets and appreciate their excellent rodent
There are plenty of seeds to sow in March, but I want to start by reminding you that you need to adjust your sowing times according to your area and to the weather. There’s absolutely no point in sowing seeds
My top 10 gardening mistakes and how you can avoid them Even those of us who garden for a living, or maybe especially those of us that do, make mistakes on a regular basis. In this article I share some
What to sow in February What seeds can I sow in February? Well there are actually quite a lot of them. You will need to adjust your sowing times according to where you live and what your local conditions. I’ve
Plants that grow in shade are a bonus in the garden. The amount of shade or light in your garden will depend on the direction your garden faces, whether there are buildings, fences and tall plants surrounding your garden and