Paul Green recently provided a very “touchy-feely” talk to the Stonehouse Gardening Club. Entitled “Sensory Sensations”, Paul illustrated his talk with a wide variety of plants and shrubs, stressing that location was important to maintain darker leaved plants. Here are some of the plants Paul told us about: Dark Grasses Sambuca (Mondo Grass) “Opioda” a lovely…
Ideas from everyone on helping our gardens survive heatwaves and drought.
Bats in your garden affirms the health of the environment, of the place you are in.
What you can expect to see RHS Bridgewater – highlights from this year’s SGC annual trip to an RHS garden.
Tips on how to grow wild orchids in your garden – and how to find native orchids in the wild.
It makes sense to grow your own salad. Salad leaves are expensive to buy – why not grow them when they are inexpensive and very delicious when freshly harvested at home?
Some gardening rules are meant to be broken. Maximise vegetable yield by rejecting these gardening rules.
Transform your garden into a wildlife haven.
A talk by Pam Turner
David Austen roses have many petals ,often referred to as the “cabbage” appearance which may seem less friendly to pollinators. In fact as the rose flower matures, the petals open up revealing the stamens and stigma.