Now is the time to make the most of your home grown fruit and vegetables. At this time of year, we all have a glut of produce and there are many ways of getting the most out of it. Jams, chutneys and relishes are an easy way of preserving fruit and veg to make them last through the winter months.
Check out this handy checklist of jobs to do in your garden this September, which will help you enter the transitional period between summer and winter worry free.
This summer’s weather has been a little unpredictable, however, we have everything you need to make the most of your garden. Click here to find out what jobs you can be doing in the garden this month!
This month we're focussing on an activity that combines sustainability and nature itself! Recycle what you and the kids can find around the garden to create a perfect little home for your resident wildlife!
Solitary Bees, unlike bumble or honey bees, build their own nests and do not live in hives. Although they do not produce honey, they are still pollinators and play a vital role in our food chain. By putting a bee house in your garden, you will be providing a nesting site for these solitary bees.
Check out our latest blog post which gives you a run down of the best jobs to be doing in the garden during July. Keep your outdoor spaces looking fantastic this summer!
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.