Leatherjackets cause havoc in lawns, eating the roots of grass. Pippa Greenwood has some good tips for ridding your lawn of these pests.
The black and orange ladybird larvae are a strange sight to see in the garden, but they are a gardener’s friend – devouring a massive amount of bugs before pupating in summer and emerging as ladybirds.
If you’ve heard the horror stories about Japanese knotweed you might want to know how to identify it and whether it’s really as bad as everyone makes out?
Keep an eye out for the dreaded honey fungus. Pippa Greenwood shares her wisdom on identifying this most terrifying garden fungus.
Pippa Greenwood offers a timely reminder to be on the look out for the dreaded tomato and potato blight
Look out for the rosemary beetle – a psychedelic shiny, stripy purple and green metallic beetle – on rosemary, lavender, sage and thyme plants.
Pippa Greenwood offers some sage advice against the troublesome box blight.
Don’t reach for the weedkiller when you see dandelions. Considered weeds by some, these spring flowers are a vital pollen source for bees.
Lawn moss can quickly take over a lawn if the conditions for its growth are right, but what can you do to reduce its effect and stop it in its tracks?
If your lawn is being dug up by badgers or attracting birds, you may have chafer grubs feeding on the roots. Find out how to get rid of these lawn pests.
If you’re met by a cloud of tiny white flying insects when you go into your greenhouse, it’s probaby glasshouse whitefly. Act now to get rid of these pests.
Powdery mildews have got to be just about the most widespread fungal problem in gardens. There are many types but […]