The leaves of the Cotinus coggyria ‘Grace’ are a splendid sight in the autumn garden.

Autumn Garden Ideas

What works and what doesn’t – choosing plants for late-season colour by Alexandra @


Autumn Gardening

Autumn is upon us, the evenings are gradually drawing in and winter is fast approaching. This is the time for trees and hedging; fruit trees and fruit bushes; roses and bulbs; and garlic.


It’s show time!

Sarah from The Garden Creative talks to conservation news about her 5-star award stand at the 2022 Chelsea Flower Show.


Garden Notes

It’s now the season of sweet peas, soft fruit and bedding plants. This is such a wonderful time in the garden, with flowers in full bloom and plenty of harvesting in the vegetable patch to be done.


How to… Revive Metal Furniture

Cast iron furniture left outside can suffer weather damage including rust, flaking paint and surface algae.


Make your Garden a Corker!

Corker Outdoors have risen past recent challenges, and have their sights and site firmly set on the future.


The Joys of Spring

Spring has finally arrived, bringing promises of warmer weather, longer days and sunnier skies. What better way to celebrate than to get out in the garden, enjoy the fresh air and look forward to another gardening year?

Freshen up your fencing

With the joyful thought of spring on the horizon, it may be time to show your garden some love and consider tackling some meatier projects like updating your fencing to give your garden a well-deserved facelift before summer gets underway.


Garden Notes

Each year we look forward to spring to see the end of the dark gloomy days of winter. This is when the garden starts to wake up and the first signs of colour appear. You’ll soon be caught up in a frenzy of seed sowing, growing, and nurturing your garden as it comes back to life.


A Garden Transformed

Read how Sarah at The Garden Creative turned a grey, uninspiring garden into an idyllic low maintenance plant haven.