New Website Features

New Website – New Features We are hoping you enjoying our new look website, We wanted to show you some of its new features so you can shop quickly and easily find what you want. We have spent a lot of time and sleep less nights trying to get the best site together we could. […]

Want to Start Gardening? – Here’s How

http://blog.spudulica.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/IMG_5269.mov Get Growing Always wanted to grow your own? Always see the spring bulbs and want some of your own?   Well here is the easy way to start – no need for you to even have a garden just a sunny spot near a window and your good to go! Spudulica grow bags will […]

Do I need to water my pots in winter?

Most plants do have a slow or no growth period in winter, especially in very cold weather. This means you can reduce watering of plants outdoors, but don’t forget your watering all together. In winter cold conditions and wind can dry soil, even in a dormant state this can be detrimental to plants. There are […]

Garden Incentives a Part of the Future of Gardening?

Professor Ross Cameron, said: “Gardens account for a third of all our urban areas and are vital spaces in terms of keeping our buildings and city environments cool in summer, absorbing rain to avoid flash flooding and providing an important refuge for wildlife.” He suggested gardeners with a home full of plants should receive financial […]

Gardens In January – 2022

January 2022 Happy New year! So, January is not the best gardening month, but it is a good time to prep for the rest of the year. 2022 has started (maybe not how we wanted) but it’s the time to investigate January jobs for the garden. Firstly, the weather is forecast to be horrible so […]

Helping local wildlife in autumn/winter

As the days get darker earlier and the temperature drops drawing the year to a close your garden wildlife might need a little helping hand. Some animals like hedgehogs hibernate, if you see any little ones out and about it might be a good idea to contact a local wildlife charity for advice. Local to […]

August Garden jobs

Its August already……….. Those hot summer days have turned stormy of late but the season still progresses. Let’s keep up with those August Garden jobs, before we know it we will be prepping for winter. 1.Deadhead flowers to keep flowering plants looking their best. 2.Keep watering – rainwater is best if you can collect it […]

Protecting Pots in Summer

Keeping your pots cool in the summer. Just a few tips for those of us who have smaller gardens/ yards full of pots. We need to keep an eye on our potted plants in this heat wave (well its expected back). Consider the pots you have, its better to buy lighter coloured ones e.g., terracotta […]

Hot weather garden tips

Invest in some shade cloth or trellis – create shade for large pots to keep them out of the sun in hottest part of the day. Protect new plants – cover or move pots to a shaded area to prevent sun scorch. Keep pots cool again move pots to a cooler area. Mulch borders and […]