The latest news from the whispering grass!
Now, I don’t want to sound like too much of a humbug, but in most of the UK, winter sucks. It’s freezing outside. Your car is frosted over in the morning. You can only feel your fingertips for, like, 15 minutes a day. You don’t feel like doing anything except eating another box of [read more]
You know how everyone who lives outside the UK thinks that it always rains in the UK, well, they’re pretty much bang on the money. We get a few sunny months weeks but, for the rest of the century, it rains almost nonstop, which equates to, like, ten months of the year (did I say [read more]
And other ways to remove moss forever. I know it probably seems like we’ve been saying this for months and months, but summer is actually, totally, factually, definitely over, which is great for anyone that wants to finally trade pushing their lawn mower for pulling on a winter pullover and relaxing in front of fire. [read more]
Autumn is prime time for diseases and pests. Here’s everything you need to know… Yup. It’s that time of the year again, where we get to pull on two pairs of socks, dust off our favourite cable-knit jumpers and say good riddance to summer, pretending that it was too sticky and smelled too unpleasant [read more]
Because bagging them up and throwing them just pointless. Let me just get this out of the way nice and early — autumn is pretty darn awesome. There isn’t the mood-sapping, finger-numbing, garden-wilting misery of winter, nor does it make you wonder how it’s possible for a human being to sweat so much as you [read more]