Category Archives: Garden

Risk of Malaria in Britain

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

water-butt​The incoming warm weather does not bear only good things. Sadly, it seems as summer draws closer, the risk of tropical diseases like malaria and West Nile Virus becomes greater. It all stems from the newly installed water containers in people’s gardens. It’s fantastic and we absolutely support the idea of rain collection for the sake of saving drinkable water, but there is one rule – Safety first. Continue reading

Instructographic: How to Make Your Own Compost Pile

Friday, March 28th, 2014

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Compost Pile at Home? Is that even possible? Yes, it is and here is how.

We sure hope you are having a great day. Or evening, for that matter. We are quite happy to announce our first instructographic! We wanted to call it an infographic, but it falls short on statistics and the idea is to learn how to do something, not what percentage of the people in the UK use compost piles. So, if you ordered our spring garden clearance service, this might be a good time to think about composting! Continue reading

Spring Equinox and Gardening

Thursday, March 20th, 2014
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“Spring Orchard” by Liz West, CC BY

Officially, the winter is over. That’s right, folks! Spring is here. The day becomes longer, the Sun shows its face more often, the mood gets more cheerful and it’s time to prepare your garden for the upcoming hot months.

Do you know what “equinox” means? It’s derived from the dead Latin language and it means “equal night”. You might have seen the word “nox” used as “poison”, too. Beautiful language. Basically, during the Equinox the Earth’s tilt towards the Sun is non-existent. Both the North and South poles are at an equal distance from the Sun. Continue reading

First post – Fashion and Gardens

Friday, February 7th, 2014
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Credit: “Lady Birley” by Valerie Finnis (copyright RHS)

Hello there!

As this is the first post on our brand new blog, I wish to heartily welcome you to our humble notebook. You can expect all kinds of articles here – from events, through news, to guides and useful information about our niche. And we surely hope you will like it! Let us begin, then. Continue reading