Here you will find a number of links to sites we like. We cannot take any responsibility for their content.
Easy Gardening Expert. Buckets of garden advice and a free newsletter. Friendly family run garden and pet business.
In 1935, Maye E. Bruce innovated her 'Quick Return' (QR) compost system as a method for gardeners and farmers to make plant-loving compost in a matter of weeks, without turning the heap and without manure. Today Andrew E Davenport promotes this method and has published Quick Return Compost Making. Visit the site and read the books, very interesting information.
http://asmallholding.blogspot.com/ Lovely blog from A Small Holding - Smaller than a farm, larger than an allotment.
http://gardeningregisterblog.co.uk/ Gardening Advice Online and Easy to Follow Gardening Articles.
http://topveg.com/ TopVeg is where we talk vegetable growing in all its forms, good and bad. The site discusses how to grow delicious, fresh vegetables.
http://hackneyvegpatch.blogspot.com Notes from a Hackney Veg Patch. A great blog which shares the journey of vegetable growers from a Hackney Veg Patch.
www.ryansgarden.co.uk A great blog documenting...' the ups, downs and in-betweens experienced in my extended garden - including a small urban garden and my more than glorious allotment (okay, so I’m a little biased).'
Garden Tools and Equipment
www.gardenitems.co.uk Garden items focuses on premium quality garden accessories and lifestyle products
for the discerning gardener
'Trusted tools, innovative accessories and smart storage solutions for the kitchen garden from FreshlyForked.com'. http://www.freshlyforked.com/
http://www.bloomingideas.co.uk Original creative design solutions to make your garden perfect.
http://www.muddy-wellies.com/ Muddy Wellies is now known as a leading landscaping company directly employing highly qualified and trustworthy staff who all adhere to the Muddy Wellies code of conduct which is honesty and professionalism at all times
Excellent resource for finding plants
GLOBAL GARDENING combines horticultural, environmental and social issues to create a catalyst for how we garden in the UK.
The National Vegetable Society, NVS
The National Vegetable Society NVS is a charity dedicated to advancing
the culture, study and improvement of vegetables offering help and advice
to novice and expert grower alike.
Practical gardening articles and links to other sources and suppliers.
Seeds and Plants
Peat Free Hardy Perennials and Grasses available from www.chickenstreet.co.uk
We are delighted to recommend www.chickenstreet.co.uk who supply peat free hardy perennials and grasses from seeds and cuttings as well as bantam and large fowl hatching eggs to point of lay. Lots of friendly advice and support provided.
Always follow the instructions on your seed packet. We have found that sowing guides for the same vegetable variety can differ from one supplier to another so do check against a variety of suppliers. We recommend the following seed and plant suppliers.
MoreVeg, Kings Seeds , Organic Catalog and Vegetable Plants Direct.
We guarantee to offer the best retail price for vegetable seeds in the UK. Find a cheaper supplier and we will beat their price and give you a free packet of seeds of your choice, for helping us improve our service for customers.
Excellent resource on allotment growing for allotment holders and gardeners.
The Organic Home respects, supports and nurtures the ecology and sustainability of earth, with the conviction and determination of a guardian of a beautiful garden.
Fun and lively singing and music classes for children aged six months to four years old.
Musicial instruments and playthings for children aged 0 - 5
A personal and modern approach to your photography needs
An interesting article on homeopathy