Planting for Bees Our bees are struggling, with populations in decline. There are many theories as to why, including the use of pesticides, disease and loss of habitat all being contributing factors. Sometimes environmental issues feel too large to tackle individually, but if we all do our bit then collectively, we can make an impact.
Top Tips for April Gardens During April gardens spring into life; blossom on the trees, the fresh bright greens of new growth, tulips, daffodils, euphorbias and wallflowers, herald the start of the new growing season. Once the risk of frost is over, evergreen shrubs and hedges can receive their first trim of the year. If
Low-Allergen Gardens How do you create a garden packed with flowers, trees and shrubs for a client with an extreme hay fever allergy? Bramley Apple Garden Design discovered that with careful plant selection and consideration to both hard and soft landscaping, it is possible to design a beautiful, Low-Allergen garden that can be enjoyed all
The Smell of Spring Is it the longer days, the sun beginning to warm the earth or buds beginning to break that I can smell in the air? Even on cold days that are more akin to midwinter, something’s changed. For me, spring brings with it anticipation, renewed enthusiasm and a determination to savour every