If you’ve ever tried to make compost with grass clippings in one of those green plastic compost bins you buy from a garden centre, then you’ll have probably ended up with a pile of brown (or black) smelly mess.
Take a look at this alternative, here I’ll show you how I’ve converted grass clippings and leaves into the most wonderful compost ready for the garden.
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.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Jobs To Do In The Garden
If you think nothing needs doing in the garden, think again. A beautiful garden is a labour of love. Here's my 'to do' list for this week.
It’s January, so let’s get planning our garden for the new growing year
January is the time to begin planning a new growing year, and poring over a seed catalogue or two is the perfect way to while away an evening.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Lawncare, the professional way
There's nothing quite like a well manicured lawn, and how you cut it and clear the clippings can make a huge impact on how it looks.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Keeping Thyme looking at its best
Thyme is a wonderful herb, and to keep it growing at it's best it needs attention and feeding just like any other plant in the garden.
Gardening With Ken – Aeonium. A stunning plant that looks to be made of metal.
You'll find most Aeoniums as house plants but this specimen is planted in a regular garden amongst Sedum. It really does look stunning.