Wanting to have a nice looking garden but don't have the time to manage it? Read about our top ten easiest plants to look after!
Use up those excess tomatoes and create a delicious tomato Kasundi. The recipe for this delicious chutney comes from Simon, the manager of our St Lukes branch. Initially inspired by Anabelle Langbein's recipe, Simon has honed his version over the years, much to the delight of those around him.
Come instore to learn how to look after butterflies in your garden, including New Zealand butterflies. Bring in your January colouring competition to be judged by Madam butterfly herself!
Want to know how to help bees in your garden this January? Read our article about the top flowering and bee-friendly plants to have in your garden this summer.
Decorate your garden, help keep the bees happy and brighten up many a drab salad or meal with the glorious addition of a tasty dash of colour. In recent years edible flowers have been all the rage, but to ensure you pick the right flowers from the right place here are a few tips on what to do.
This is a beautifully fresh – and refreshing – salad to enjoy during the warmer months. Pair it with barbecued meat or fish for a more substantial meal.
These delicious filled crêpes can be served as an entrée or canapé, or as a main meal. Put all the ingredients in the middle of the table and let people help themselves. Kids will love filling and rolling up the crêpes. Best with asparagus that has been cooked for as little time as possible to enjoy its freshness.
This is a super easy and fun recipe that makes the most of fresh in-season sweetcorn. You can skip the barbecue step and it will still be totally delicious.
Plant to Give this Christmas! We need your help to gift healthy, fresh produce to families in need in our communities.
Make a deliciously festive favourite this Christmas season for the whole family!