Do you have a small, middle-sized or large garden? Does it reflect your personal style? Is it a place where you can relax?
Or where you love to spend time with friends and family or grow your own fruit and vegetables?
Perhaps you’re looking for design inspiration or plants that won’t die on you. Maybe you’re worried about garden privacy, shady trees or pests that munch your plants?
The Plants Waprva blog can help you
If you’ve just got your own longed-for patch of outside space, you may be wondering what to do with it. Dig it all up or carry on maintaining a garden that was created by someone else?
But while you’re deciding, a garden grows and grows – especially the weeds.
Fifteen years ago, I knew nothing about gardening, but I’d been a journalist all my life. And I’d written for some of the most famous newspapers and magazines.
It was my job to find experts and filter information. And to extract the elements that were important to my reader. I found out what really mattered to them and delivered information which could be used easily.
So I took those skills and applied them to my garden. I talked to top gardeners, read the best gardening books and went on inspiring workshops.
Everything has to pass the test
How easy is each gardening job to do? And how long does it take? Will it make the garden look good? Is it affordable and realistic? Can you fit this into a family garden or a busy life?
So here you can find out about brilliant easy-care plants, the best small garden trees for privacy, how to revamp your garden and inspiration on colours to paint your shed.
Plus lots more about garden tools, wildlife-friendly town gardens, mini-meadows and beautiful garden pots.
Join us on the Plants Waprva blog
Plants Waprva blog is where you’ll find all that useful information and inspiration.
And above all, I’ve discovered that the gardening world is a community. People share their knowledge generously and delight in discovering new things.
So please join us – whether you’re looking for easy ways of fitting gardening into your life or you want to up your gardening game and take it to the next level.