Bamboo is a fast growing plant that’s become increasingly popular due to its ability to grow quickly to create screening in any garden. Within this article, we discuss how fast bamboo grows with weekly photos of its growth.
Planting bamboo in your garden is a great way to create screening, add height to a border or even become a feature point of your garden. Within this article, we show you how to plant bamboo using a root barrier in order to contain any running rhizomes.
Looking after new turf is crucial to getting your lawn off to a good start and once its rooted in, you should start to see a healthy looking lawn. In this article we discuss our tops tip on how to look after new turf once its been laid correctly.
After you’ve cut down a tree and disposed of all the waste, you will then be left with the stump, which can often be difficult to remove. The removal of a tree stump can be achieved in three different ways and we show you exactly how below.
Whether you hire or buy your very own garden rotavator, it’s important that you use it correctly in order to get the most out of it. Within this article, we show you exactly how to use a rotavator in just a few steps and checks you should do beforehand.
Whether you need to break up soil in your allotment or heavy clay soil in your garden, a rotavator is the best tool for the job. The rotating blades turn over and break the soil with ease and they avoid the dreaded manual task of digging with a spade.
A garden roller is the best tool for levelling soil and repairing any dips across your lawn by using a push or pull motion. Within this article, we list some of the best that can be filled with sand or water and come in a variety of sizes.
A garden sprinkler is the best way to keep your garden hydrated without the hassle of standing around with a hose. Within this article, we list some of the best that are available as a oscillating sledge, spike or multi spray pattern sprinkler system.
Planting your own grass seed and watching it grow into a gorgeous green lawn is highly satisfying and very easy to do. Below we list some of the best blends that are suitable for overseeding or new lawns and are designed specifically for the UK climate.
Tackling a growing weed problem in your garden requires a strong weed killer that’s also able to kill the root. Within this article, we list some of the best solutions that are suitable for all types of weeds as well as formulas safe for use upon lawns.
If you’ve just laid new turf or your recently planted grass seeds have started to spout, you may be tempted to cut it straightaway. However, you should do so with caution because deciding when to cut new grass will depend upon a number of factors.
If you have prepared the ground ready to create a brand new lawn, you have the choice of using either grass seed or turf. Below we discuss the pro’s and con’s of each method to help you make the correct decision to creating your perfect lawn.
The easiest and fastest way to create a new lawn is by laying turf and it’s certainly something you can do by yourself. Below we show you how to lay turf in a step by step guide as well as other factors that contribute to the overall finish of the turf.
Deciding when to plant grass seed for its best possible growth in the ground can be difficult but we recommend mid-spring to early autumn. This is due to the fact that the soil is warm and damp but we discuss this in great detail below.
After you have planted your grass seeds upon your lawn, the first thing you may ask yourself is how long it will take to grow. However, there are a variety of factors that can affect grass seed growth as we discuss in the below article.
Weeds can be very problematic but with the use of an electric weed burner, you can destroy weeds in a matter of seconds without the use of chemicals. Below you can find some of the best that are suitable for all terrains and budgets.
Using a garden multi tool allows you to tackle any maintenance tasks within your garden. Most brands offer both petrol or cordless options to best suit your requirements and they provide flexibility without the need to own multiple tools.
Using an electric garden shredder is the most convenient way of cutting through garden waste ready for composting. Within this article, we roundup the best shredders that are lightweight and provide excellent cutting performance.
Artificial grass is becoming increasingly popular in UK gardens and offers many benefits. They are available in a range of different styles and lengths that are suitable for children, dogs, cats and other family pets.
Using a hedge trimmer allows you to easily keep your garden hedges in shape and transform the outdoor space. They are available in three main types that include electric, cordless and petrol hedge trimmers.
The use of a garden hose is essential for any homeowner that enjoys gardening, washing their car and many other activities. They’re available in a range of sizes, types and colours and within this article, we have rounded up a list of the best in the UK.
Moss can be a major issue for some lawns and it’s caused by poor growing conditions. Luckily, it can be easily treated by using one of our recommended moss killers that are designed specifically for lawns and can be applied in a number of ways.
A lawn scarifier is used to cut through the soil in order to remove dead moss, grass cuttings and other debris. They are available as a manual pushing scarifier but the best are powered by electric or petrol as they produce far better results.
For tackling medium to large gardens, a petrol lawn mower is the best option as it provides you with more power and freedom. Within this article, we have rounded up a list of the best petrol mowers that are suitable for all budgets.
Clearing leaves and other debris from your garden can become an endless task. The best method for clearing it up would be to use a garden vacuum. It effortlessly sucks up and shreds garden debris into tiny pieces ready for the compost bin.