Known as the 'Fair maids of February', Galanthus or snowdrops are steeped in folklore, myth and legend across the UK and beyond. This tiny plant has been used as a medicine for centuries.
Stand out from the crowd this Valentines Day by giving a perennial instead of a rose. Here's our A-Z of the most romantic perennials, loved by people and pollinators
Butterflies and moths are extremely important indicators of the state of the environment. There has been a dramatic decline to Britain’s butterfly numbers due to habitat destruction, agricultural ....
Many of you may think that because you do not have a pond or body of water in your garden then you won’t have frogs and toads. It is true they do need water for breeding in but they will happily live
Hedgehog numbers are in decline, these welcome visitors to our gardens are in need of our help. Hedgehogs eat slugs and numerous other insects which feast on our garden plants. Here are some things ..