Don’t have the space for a stumpery? Try this mini version in a pot! What you need Container of your choice Gravel for drainage Potting soil A piece of driftwood A selection of plants Wire Make sure your container has drainage holes and add a layer of gravel on the bottom to help with drainage. […]
Having greenery in an office environment is good for the body and the soul. This quick DIY is great to look at, easy to make and even easier to look after! What you need: Wood cutting list 2 x 580mm x 93mm x 12mm 2 x 500mm x 93mm x 12mm 12 small brass cup […]
Having greenery in an office environment is good for the body and the soul. This quick DIY is great to look at, easy to make and even easier to look after. Get your copy at your favourite retailer Subscribe to The Gardener Magazine Get your digital copy of The Gardener on Magzter
Hypertufa, which was invented for use in alpine gardens, is a manufactured substitute for tufa – the porous rock that forms around mineral water springs. Alpine gardeners traditionally used antique animal water troughs as planters, but there was obviously a limited supply of these. Containers made with hypertufa are more porous and much lighter than […]
This aluminium watering can was given a makeover in a flash. Inspired by the colours of the flowers in a mixed bunch, we chose Garnet Symphony 2, Jamaican Ginger 3 and Tarragon Glory 2, all from Dulux.
Light aluminium ladders are taking over from the heavy, wooden variety as the ladder of choice.
There is always something lying around the house or the garden shed, or tucked away in the rafters of the garage that can be put to good use. Take a look at these cool ideas.
Inspired by the 50s X-base design, our Top Team makes versatile stools for an urban patio
Add ambiance to your outdoor evenings while you keep mosquitoes at bay with this citronella oil torch
This easy-to-build water feature, made from discarded household items, bubbles soothingly in the smallest of spaces