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Written by Gill Meller
Gill's second growing season is now underway - follow along as he endeavours to make his greenhouse and garden part of his wholesome food philosophy.
Written by Ellen Mary
Not all weeds are menaces to your garden. Some are highly nutricious and beneficial to wildlife.
Snowdrops are the heralds of springtime, and if you want to grow your own, March is the time to do so. Ellen Mary gives her tips.
A hopeful act of Sweet Pea sowing to start off your growing season.
Written by Sara of Hawkwell Herbs
Home Farm is filled with enough creatures to make a full nativity scene! Bees and hens need tending to, and there is gardening to be done too (of course).
Satisfy those itchy sowing fingers year-round and add a nutritional punch to any meal, with quick and easy to grow microgreens.
Written by Georgie Matthews
Once the warmth of summer has passed, it's time to think about how you're going to protect your plants in the greenhouse throughout the colder seasons.
Summer into Autumn at Rhino Greenhouses Direct - what's going on with our customers, on the blog and in your garden?
Autumn is here and Ellen is loving it. Brassicas and dahlias are still showing off, while the greenhouse gets a clean and becomes home to potted herbs for winter.
Written by Ruth Darrah
Making use of the Indian Summer days, planting in borders and preparing the cutting garden.
Autumn is on the horizon, and for Sara at Hawkwell Herbs, that means change is a-coming! Learn about Herb Preservation and animals moving with the seasons.
Sometimes leaving nature to do it's thing is best - both for the wildlife and Ellen's brassicas!