Is your garden everything you'd ever hoped for?
Does it invite you to step outside at every available opportunity?
Or do you see it as something of an eyesore and gardening as an unwelcome chore?
If so it's time to take control and make some changes.
Your garden should work for you - not the other way around!
I'm not talking about the regular work involved in looking after your garden. After all, there's always work to be done in any garden.
But if your garden truly delivers, such tasks can become enjoyable (trust me!) and every moment spent in your garden a real pleasure (yes, really!).
And it's not all about growing plants... in fact, when you think of a garden do you automatically think of plants?
Most of us do but a great garden is more than just a collection of plants, it is an integral and very useable part of your home, rather like an 'outdoor room'.
In short it is a valuable resource - quite literally because it can even increase the value of your home!
So whatever you want from your own garden, whether it's...
... I hope the information and ideas here on this site will inform and inspire you and help you create the garden of your dreams.
Why not pause a moment and take a look around...
... it's all here. After all, there are few things in life as enjoyable and satisfying as growing and eating your own vegetables.
As you explore this site think about your own garden and what you want from it. Do you want to make radical changes or just improve a few things?
Whichever it is, make this the year that you truly start to enjoy your garden!
I wish you happy gardening!
Feb 27, 14 07:52 AM
Climbers for sandy soil need to be able to cope with free draining conditions and relatively low soil fertility. These are my favourite climbers for sand.
Feb 26, 14 05:51 AM
The best perennials for sandy soil positively thrive in free draining soils with low fertility. These are my favourite perennials for growing in sandy soil.