Summer Time In The Garden

green glass isolated on the white backgroundThe Summer Solstice happens in June (this is the longest day of the year). More daylight this month means more growth for your plants.

Here is a comprehensive list of jobs to do around the garden in June:

Greenhouse
Take this month to clean out your greenhouse. Ensure all glass is sparkly and free from grime, this will allow that lovely sun to shine through and bring your fruit and veg to full fruition. Continue reading

3 top tips to protect your new plants from heavy rain

mini white roses cluster with water drops after rainWith the sudden disappearance of the sun this week, we offer all gardeners these top tips to protect your new plantings from heavy rain.

  1. It may sound quite odd but using big golf umbrellas is a great way to keep your new plantings dry during times of unexpected heavy rain. Using golf umbrellas is not the most sustainable solution but it will do in a hurry. Continue reading

The Easter Bunny: A Garden Pest

easter bunny

During the Easter holidays the weather is typically fine.  Your garden has probably recovered from the harsh winter and it is looking lush and bountiful once again. Spring/Summer brings new challenges in your garden like how to control all those creatures that want to nibble your delicious fruit and veg! Continue reading

Home Renovation Incentive

attractive senior couple overlooking potted plantsClaim €595 to €4,050 back on all home and garden improvements with thanks to the new HRI scheme!
Did you know that right now, with thanks to the Home Renovation Incentive you can have the garden of your dreams for a lot less! Continue reading