As soon as the first signs of spring appear, one can't help but start daydreaming about gardening! Find out what kind of plants you can start planting!
Ollas offer a traditional way to water your plants that is both simple and effective. Find out more about these decorative clay pots here!
Whether added to a salad or squashed onto toast, avocados are a delicacy. Unfortunately, they also leave a huge carbon footprint. But there is a solution: Did you know that you can also grow your own avocados, then enjoy them without a guilty...
Summertime is holiday time. And with GARDENA, there is no need to worry about your garden, balcony, or indoor plants while you are away. This perfect plantsitter provides the correct amount of water while you relax by the sea, explore the...
Full of fibre, versatile and easy to grow - tiger nuts are a real superfood. Find out everything you need to know about the origin, properties and cultivation of this fruit.
Which hobby gardener wouldn't recognise the delicate, white fluff that likes to form on the soil of indoor and potted plants. Unfortunately, mould cannot always be prevented so read on to find out what you can do to combat mould on potting soil...
Microgreens add variety to your plate and are full of valuable nutrients. Find out about these superfoods here!
Whether fresh or dried, chillies are spicy fun. Here, find exclusive tips and tricks for growing chillies in gardens, on terraces and on balconies.
Discover which garden tools every hobby gardener should have and what you should look out for. When well equipped, gardening is even more fun.
While it's still bitterly cold outside, use the time to prepare your tomato house for the coming season. Find out what is important in the following article.
You don't need a composter or a large garden to get rid of kitchen waste and turn it into valuable fertiliser. Find out how, thanks to Bokashi, you can make valuable plant food even in a small space.
Tomatoes are very easy to plant, but they are picky about how they should be watered. Here are a few tips for watering.