Feeding and caring for garden birds is vital for conserving species and helping our environment thrive all year round. However, one species that most gardeners could happily do without is pigeons. Here are five “save and effective” solutions to stop them from entering your garden.
As the growth in your garden continues to slow down in winter, there are a few plants gardeners warn that should not be pruned this season. This will help your plants remain healthy and keep them blooming for spring.
Real Christmas trees bring festive fun and joy to homes across the UK in December, but many are unsure of how to get rid of them once the festivities end and the new year comes around. A gardening expert has shared their top tips on how these festive trees can be put to good use in your garden.
Those who are afraid that they’ll find more pine needles under their tree on Christmas morning than presents, they’re not alone. Keep in mind most trees sold at big retailers have been cut and drying out for a few months now. A dry tree isn’t only sad to look at it, it can become a fire hazard.
Thanks to their unique and vibrant foliage, Japanese maples, also known as acer trees, are a popular pick for gardeners. As they’re such a unique addition to your outdoor space, it’s important to take proper precautions before the growing season ends to ensure your maple tree survives the winter.