We are thrilled to announce donations of £1002 from our recent ‘Spooky Halloween Walk’, which will be donated to Wales Air Ambulance.
My RHS ‘Gardening Through the Year ‘ book tells me that November can be a damp, raw month which, I admit, is not a great way to begin this month’s blog. However, even in November although flowers may be scarce there are still the last days of this year’s autumn leaves, many colourful fruits, and evergreen foliage as well as decorative stems and barks to bring interest to the garden even on the dullest of days.
As we move into October and the heart of autumn this year’s growing season is clearly coming to a close but there is still much to appreciate and, of course, to do in the garden.
As the leaves change colour and temperatures drop, it's time to think about your furry friend's grooming routine. Autumn brings unique challenges and opportunities for dog grooming that will help keep your pup comfortable and healthy during the season.
Well after an unusually wet and cool July following last July’s hot and dry weather I wonder what August has in store for us? In some ways the unpredictability of our wonderful British weather makes gardening even more interesting, some would say challenging, and keeps gardeners on their toes at all times!
We are thrilled to be taking another significant step towards environmental responsibility with the installation of a new recycling bin for compost bags! The bags get recycled into pellets and the pellets are used for garden furniture or ultimately another compost bag.