National Garden Month

Growing tired of winter yet? As much as we all may enjoy a cozy night by the fire, the change in seasons brings a much needed chance to shed that Vampire-like avoidance of daylight and venture back into the great outdoors. April is, after all, the month when spring springs, so April’s National Garden Month is the right time to get outside and enjoy Mother Nature’s colourful antidote to cabin fever.

Beginners Guide To Gardening

Just a little know-how will soon have you reaping gardening rewards. Start with a few simple tasks – we give you step-by-step guides and tips to help you. Get growing with these simple projects, whether your garden is a window sill or larger area, make the most of your space with these projects

Discovering the Many Healthful Benefits of Gardening

Gardening invites you to get outside, interact with other gardeners, and take charge of your own need for exercise, healthy food, and beautiful surroundings. If you’re digging, hauling, and harvesting, your physical strength, heart health, weight, sleep, and immune systems all benefit. And those are just the physiological outcomes.
Gardening can also cultivate feelings of empowerment, connection, and creative calm. Whether your patch is large or small, a raised bed, community garden, or window box, getting dirty and eating clean are good for you.

Get Into Gardening

With all of us spending more time at home currently, it may inspire you to do more with your own garden or even to try gardening for the first time. But where do you start? Here you’ll find tips and hints plus stories from our garden owners about how they got into gardening…