I’ve been asked countless times, ‘do fairy rings really exist?’ and my answer is always the same. Yes!
Fairy rings are naturally occurring rings, or arcs, of mushrooms. They are found mainly in forested areas but can appear in the middle of a lawn – as in this video.
Getting rid of fairy rings is no magic, but it takes a lot of work. My advice is to learn to live with them – you never know, one day you might stumble across a fairy!
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Hedge Cutting Project
Don't be afraid of cutting hedges back. And with the weather we've been having, they'll soon grow back with even greater vigour.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Pond clearing the easy way
Clearing this pond of several years of over growth wasn't an easy task, but the end result was well worthwhile.
It’s September, and it’s another busy month in the garden.
September is now upon us, and there's a lot to do to keep it looking at it's best, and to prepare it for next season.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – The right way to plant a bare root Rose bush
With proper care - from planting to pruning, and protection from pests and disease - you can enjoy the beauty of a rose plant for decades.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – The Right Way To Deadhead A Geranium
There's a technique to deadheading Geraniums. Get it wrong and you invite disease into the plant. Here, I'm showing you the right way to do it.
The quince is an unusual fruit. Is it like an apple or more like a pear?
Is the quince like an apple or more like a pear? I was lucky enough to find out from quince expert Andrey Ivanov at Wilkin & Sons, Tiptree.