Here are some of my favourite garden websites.
Hope you like them too!
A wealth of gardening know how from the team at Gardeners’ World. Catch up on all the previous episodes on BBC iPlayer.
The UK’s largest online garden superstore. They have a massive range of products, including garden furniture, tools, and garden accessories. Greenfingers offer the widest range and the lowest prices; with regular special offers, and free delivery of online orders over £29.
Built on over 50 years experience, Harrod Horticultural specialise in quality tools and products for the serious gardener; with a bias towards the organic fruit and vegetable grower. Many of their products are designed and manufactured by their own team of experts. Everything you need to sow, grow, harvest, and even cook your produce.
Lots of free information and advice · Free catalogue.
Everything you need to create and maintain a beautiful garden pond, and remember; a pond attracts a lot of beneficial wildlife into your garden, some of which eat slugs.
- Pond building guide – Creating your first pond.
- Pond liner calculator – How to get the measurements right.
- Free catalogue – Download or request your copy.
Cheapest prices for pond liners.
Europe’s largest producer of cultivated turf, and recognised as Britain’s leading supplier of high quality topsoil and bark chippings. The Rolawn brand is the recognised benchmark for quality and service. Clients include The Royal Horticultural Society, championship golf courses, and national house builders.
A good lawn takes a lot of work, and Rolawn have some excellent advice pages:
The definitive source of garden information. Things I find useful are:
- Plant Finder – Information about any plant you want to know more about.
- Plant Selector – Find plants that exactly match your conditions and requirements.
- A-Z of Gardening Advice – Answers to your garden problems.
The UK’s premier seed supplier, having been in the business for over 200 years. I remember Dad using them long before the Internet. Suttons now specialise in seeds, bulbs, plug-plants, and also offer a range of other gardening equipment.
- Free catalogue – Request your copy.
My other websites
OK, so not exactly garden websites, but you might be interested.
Shining new light on old problems. Lots of self help pages that hopefully offer a new way of looking at old emotional difficulties.
Advice for eating disorder sufferers and their families. I helped a good friend set up this website. She battled an eating disorder for many years and wanted to do something to help others. She was a special lady...
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Most British slugs eat rotting vegetation, but a few are carnivorous