The latest news from the whispering grass!
For students, getting into the Christmas spirit amounts to hanging one of those Christmas-tree-shaped-air-fresheners from the ceiling, popping bits of tinsel on your bed and shopping for all your presents in the bargain bin at Poundland, which is sort of a rite of passage. For everyone else, though, Christmas really is the most wonderful time [read more]
Forget what your lawn-addicted neighbour has been saying to make you feel super-guilty about your gardening habits; it’s totally acceptable to put your mower away for the winter now. Not only is it December, it’s proper cold. Seriously. We’ve already got into the habit of going to bed with a hot-water-bottle, two pairs of socks [read more]
A bit like the last time you watching The Notebook on a cheap-wine hangover, your lawn can get a little bit sensitive now and then, especially during the winter months. Of course, we’re not telling you this so that you can pop a large box of Kleenex tissues in your shed, we’re telling you this [read more]
In the same way, you find it way too easy to press the snooze button on your alarm and enjoy a series of nine-minute doses, it is way too easy to leave your lawn be now winter is here. But even though the struggle is real, in both cases you should refrain from being lazy. [read more]
For some unbeknownst reason, people don’t seem to be the biggest fans of November gardening. We don’t know why exactly, but it could have something to do with the fact it’s perpetually night time (bar that hour and a half of daylight either side of midday), or that feeling your fingers are about to drop [read more]