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This month in the Garden

Over the coming months, join me as I show you how to do jobs in the garden on a month by month basis.  As a horticulturalist and garden designer, I'll be guiding you through the seasons ahead, sharing tips, successes and failures and exploring some of the new and inventive products on the market.

Join me to see what jobs I recommend you should be doing in the garden each month with this 'How To' guide

1st July 2019
Back in late April I planted up the first of the vegetables in the sky garden and 3 months on I’m keen to share the results. The idea was to see if I...
4th June 2019
The phrase ‘sustainable gardens’ can conjure up images of overgrown grass, bug hotels, nettles, brambles and the off self-sown Buddleja, quite the...
2nd May 2019
If you read my article last month, you may remember that I’m on a journey to grow some of my own food this year using unconventional methods . So far...
1st April 2019
With the smell of spring in the air, lighter nights and brighter days comes the anticipation of spring. I love this time of year. Full of...
26th March 2019
Here at Eclipse Professional Tools, we really value experience and industry knowledge and our colleague Steve Burgin certainly has plenty of both...
5th March 2019
March really can feel like the beginning of spring: the days are lengthening and some of them see temperatures soar. On the other hand, March can...
1st February 2019
The month to begin seed sowing is here, and the first hints that the earth is sending up new life are appearing. Caution is still needed; unless you...
2nd January 2019
We gardeners can tend to become a little over-optimistic in January. We know that the shortest day has come and gone, and the only way is up. Sadly,...
2nd December 2018
Winter is well and truly here once December arrives. The outdoors can feel gloomy and uninviting. Don’t be disheartened though – there are jobs to be...

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