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Rewilding Your Garden Made Easy

Rewilding your garden made easy Reducing the environmental impact of gardening has never been more important. Going peat-free, encouraging pollinators and being more water-conscious are all great ways to help the planet. If you want to take a leaf from Mother Nature’s book, here are some ways to make rewilding your garden easy. Why is…

Green Gardeners’ Guild Chat With: Ronnie and Veronika Hruba

Green Gardeners’ Guild Chat With: Ronnie and Veronika Hruba Introducing gardeners to coir as the fantastic peat-free alternative that it is will always be one of our favourite moments. Making the switch from peat can be a challenge, but we find that once the change has been made, it’s hard to go back to peat.…

How To Create A Vertical Garden

How to create a vertical garden Feeling boxed in by your outside space? Take a look up to your left. Ahead. Behind. And to your right. Hey Marcarena, ay ya! But to be serious, any bare walls or fences could be the start of a beautiful slice of nature. Read on for how to create…

The Anatomy of a Coconut

You may have taken a look at the title of this blog and started thinking, “Hey Coco & Coir, why do we need to know about what a coconut really is anyway?” To that we’d have to say, well, there’s no better way to understand where your compost comes from than to fully understand all…

Green Gardeners’ Guild Chat With: @FromOurGardenToYours

Welcome to the first of our features on our wonderful Green Gardeners! We know that everyone loves inspiration – and where better to find it than in conversation with other budding gardeners from around the country? Meet Andrew & Sadie @fromourgardentoyours This week, we caught up with Andrew and Sadie from @fromourgardentoyours to find out…

All You Need To Know About Compressed Coir Compost

The low-down on compressed coir compost So you want to give your precious plants a boost. But if you’re thinking about heading out to grab a bag of compost, stop! What if there’s a more eco-friendly alternative, like compressed coir compost? Compressed compost vs bagged compost You’ve probably seen bags of compost stacked up at…

The Benefits of Sustainable Coir Doormats

The benefits of coconut coir doormats Coconut coir doormats set the scene for your home. Or your potting shed, or conservatory. They can also brighten up offices and workplaces. Trying to incorporate sustainability into your décor? Coconut coir is the perfect material for doormats as it’s natural and organic and made using the by-products of…

Gardening Jobs In July

Your gardening jobs in July As we enter high summer, there are plenty of gardening jobs in July to keep you busy. Take a quick peek at our infographic below (and print it out to hang up in your shed or anywhere else near your plants!) and check out some of the vegetables you can…

Sustainable Gardening Methods For Every Gardener

Stepping it up with sustainable gardening methods Being more sustainable is a hot topic in horticulture, especially at the big shows like the Chelsea Flower Show and Gardeners’ World Live this year. It’s all about being more thoughtful about how you garden and using sustainable gardening methods. You may be wondering, after hearing all about…