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Need to figure out how to deal with those bone-dry spots in the garden, or suss out how to create a gorgeous, low maintenance garden that can take the heat. Here are a few of our top picks.
As the sun unrelentingly beats down, it's easy to let things slide a bit in the garden as the ground quickly dries out. And sadly, water stressed plants are more likely to get hit by pests or diseases.
So to help we've come up with a few tips that should make it easier to keep your plants happy, healthy, and watered.
Incredible easy to make, gorgeously delicious and delightfully refreshing.
Mint is easy to grow and can be used to make a wide array of tasty sauces and incredibly refreshing beverages. There are loads of different varieties to choose from. Wild mint has the strongest flavour, common mint is softer, while basil and chocolate mints bring different qualities and flavours.
Delicious, easy to make Raspberry Crumble Bar. Great for picnics, packed lunches and morning teas.
Delicious, versatile and nutritious, and for a slight twist try growing garlic chives. This perennial herb should last for years. Chives grow into small clumps, and can be harvested regularly all year round, and taste great in a wide range of situations, and are especially good in salads.
Bored of being bewildered by the staggering array of potting mixes, composts and soils available. Here are our top tips to making the choice easy.
Tasty, delicious and relatively easy to grow. Tamarillos are great as both a savoury and a dessert and can be used in a wide range of situations.
This tasty, tangy and delicious cheesecake is easy to make and the fruit itself is fairly easy to grow, and once mature can produce an abundance of delicious fruit that is also great in jams, jellies and chutneys.
This special, one-off opportunity to visit 20 private home gardens created by some of the country’s top designers is on again! Don’t miss the chance to get ideas from the experts. Just head to your nearest Kings Plant Barn store to pick up a printed programme and buy your tickets.