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Lawn care from GardenAdvice

GardenAdvice expert gardeners can help you improve your lawn. Lawn care advice is part of the expert information offered with our online gardening advice service and also our MyGardenTeam service which teams you up with one of our in-house expert gardeners and 75 square metres...

Flower border design from GardenAdvice

If you have built and organised your garden finishing all the hard landscaping and need some help with some planting ideas to help you create some colour all year around then the GardenAdvice Border design service could be for you. This is a service is...

Dealing with ant problems in your garden

As the climate warms, it suits ants in your garden. How many people are facing ant problems in their gardens? Ants do not normally cause any harm or damage in your garden but are a nuisance, especially with the use of lawns.  Ants normally establish...

Gardening adventures just for you

Start your gardening adventure with the GardenAdvice Team. Building a new garden or renovating an existing garden, large or small can be a rewarding adventure with the right team behind you.  GardenAdvice was created over 20 years ago to help you develop your garden and...

New to gardening sign up for a GardenAdvice gardening course

If you are new to gardening it’s difficult to understand where to start with all the Latin plant names, different types of soils and different species of plants needing a range of growing conditions and environments. The GardenAdvice One day gardening course  is carried out...

Learn how to care for an indoor lemon tree

Indoor lemon and orange trees can be quite challenging to grow in the UK indoors, especially with the low light levels in the winter months. The keys to growing indoor lemon and orange trees are as follows they require a slightly acid soil so always...

Gardening course – Wildflowers

Create your own wildflower garden with such plants as wild orchids and wild roses. Creating a wildflower area and meadow in your garden is not the quickest gardening project taking 2 to 3 years but it is certainly one of the most rewarding garden projects...

Photinia Leaf Spot or scab

Photinia Leaf Spot or scab ( Entomosporium maculatum )Entomosporium maculatum affects woody members of the Rosaceae Family but for gardeners, it is most notable with the Photinias. Other hosts include pear trees, hawthorn, Pyracantha, Sorbus and quince.Photinia is quite a robust plant, the main problem...

Gardening courses – Pruning overgrown roses

If your floribunda roses have grown to over 6 feet or two metres it’s time to prune them back. In common with a lot of garden plants, roses will withstand a very hard pruning and will regenerate themselves for dormant buds in the lower stems.The...

Join our young gardeners

If you are a GardenAdvice MyGardenTeam member with a budding your gardener under 16 years old then join them into the GardenAdvice young gardeners club GardenAdvice Young Gardeners Club membership is available to any young gardener under 16 years of age whose parents are GardenAdvice MyGardenTeam...