Making Compost 3 Methods to Success

3 easy methods to composting for the beginner gardener. The image shows a wheelbarrow with lovely compost in it.

These three easy methods are there to make composting less strenuous than the traditional cold composting methods. If you are a beginner to composting then this is for you. As a seasoned composter who doesn’t want to spend too much physical effort in turning compost heaps; you will find alternative ways here!

Composting With Coffee Grounds

Composting coffee grounds is the topic. The images features a wooden spoon with coffee grounds on it.

Do you drink ground coffee? Here’s a way in which you can make the most of using them in the garden. Composting coffee grounds are easy to compost and reuse in your garden borders. Why not read this article and find out if this is something you can do too!

Gardening with a South Facing Aspect

Evening sun bursting through a perennial flower border

As a beginner gardener it can be easy to just think of a south facing garden as the one that gets the most sun! Having a south facing garden can prove just as challenging as any other aspect, especially for a beginner.

How Composting Changed My Garden Philosophy

How composting changed my philosophy started with this pile of farmyard manure!

In this article I share my own personal experience on how composting changed my garden philosophy. I recommend composting and mulching to all of my clients who want to improve their soils. By doing this you will grow stronger and healthier plants.

The Formula To Harness Your Strengths

The formula to harness your strengths is depicted by this graphic of a sign post with a green forward arrow highlighting strengths

Who would think that the formula to harness your strengths would help you keep on top of your garden? In this article I share with my readers how discovering your strengths can reframe your whole take on gardening at home.

How To Unmask Your Garden Style and Be a Winner!

How to unmask you garden style. A garden gate with a sign reading experimental dandelion farm with pink bergamot flowers in the foreground

How to unmask your garden style is here to help you with the I wonder why? questions. If you haven’t quite found your style or you know there is still something missing then this could be the solution!

Taking Your Garden To The Next Level

Taking your garden to the next level does not happen overnight. The image shows a mixed herbaceous border in summer time. Mixed grasses, perennials and roses are the main flowers in this border.

I first began using the term ‘Taking your garden to the next level’ fifteen years ago. Through the mentorship between my clients and myself. As beginner or seasoned gardener this article will give you the foundations to taking your garden to the next level.