Tag Archive for Flowers

Garden clean up time

Now that the clocks have gone back, the nights have started turning a little colder and those last not-so-red tomatoes in your greenhouse don’t taste nearly as good as they did a few months back, it’s the perfect time to start your garden clean up and getting it ready for winter. By taking a few…

Planting flowers in spring

Spring is just around the corner, we’re still seeing a little light frost in the morning but the sun is starting to shine and it won’t be long till winter is a distant memory… That also means your local garden centre is going to start getting busy and every green fingered person in the UK…

How to get your flowerbeds ready for spring

A good garden always starts with good soil. And since most garden soils in the UK have some limitations in terms of their pH balance, drainage, nutrient content and a whole host of other factors, the soil in your garden alone is usually a little less than perfect for planting. New build properties for example…

Planting the perfect containers

You can grow almost anything in a container, from Herbs and Tomatoes to Fuchsia and Marigolds. Gardening in containers and pots gives you the ability to plant in good quality fertilized soil, experiment with colour, brighten up a concrete/paved back yard area, move your garden with the sun and raise your garden to a comfortable…

How To Create the Perfect Hanging Basket

A Hanging basket looks great in any setting and you’ll be surprised by the difference they can make to an otherwise dull brick wall. There’s no better way of bringing some outdoor colour to eye level and one of the best things about them is that you don’t even need a garden.  You also don’t…

A passion for plants

At Lazy Susan we love gardening, it’s one of the reasons we started Lazy Susan. And plant-wise, when it comes to our favorite season, you simply can’t beat springtime. Many different species of spring flowers grow from bulbs and gardeners and flower lovers alike can often overlook some of the minor bulbs in favor of…