Looking for inspiration on what jobs to do in the garden during June? You've come to the right place! The latest blog post from Burston Garden Centre explains all! Click the title to learn more.
The 29th May to 6th June 2021 is National Children’s Gardening Week. This week is all about having fun in the garden and promoting gardening to families and children. Here, we've curated some of our most popular kids gardening activities for you to enjoy.
There is still lots that you can be getting on with in the garden to ensure that you maximise your enjoyment in the space over the summer. Our latest gardening blog offers tips on jobs that you can get stuck into in your garden this month!
Learn how to grow your own pumpkins in time for Halloween with this handy step-by-step guide. Read the blog post for full details. Everything you need can be purchased in store at the garden centre.
Now that spring is here, there is lots that you can be getting on with in the garden. Our latest gardening blog offers tips on some more jobs that you can get stuck into in the garden this month!
A kitchen garden is a cost effective way to avail yourself of seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruits and a great accompaniment for your summer barbecues and salads. Learn more in our latest blog!
Grow a sunflower for summer We love to encourage the younger generation to grow flowers, fruit and veg. Now is the perfect time to plant sunflower seeds in pots [...]
At this time of year, we can often experience very cold temperatures. If some of your plants look like they are suffering, it doesn’t mean they won’t necessarily survive. Read our latest blog post to get the best gardening tips on giving your plants a head start for spring!
A great way to help the bees as well as other insects in your garden is to make them a purpose built home. It is a really easy, fun project to [...]
Get ready for Spring with our blog highlighting the jobs you should be doing in the garden right now - complete with a handy buying guide covering everything you need for cutting back, growing your own and performing other essential maintenance on your garden.