Gardening is pretty zero waste to begin with. From making your own compost to organic slug control methods and reducing food miles by growing your family meals. Reusing old wellies with holes in or repurposing a chipped teapot as a birdhouse.
Catnip will provide not just a nice area for your cat, but it is also a perennial herb that attracts bees and butterflies to your garden. Well worth growing even if you don’t have a cat.
If space is a premium in your garden then bergamot may be the herb for you. It loves a light shady spot with even a little bit soggy soil, unusual … Continue Reading How To Grow Bergamot / Bee Balm In The UK
We love our herb garden when it starts to flower and so do the bees. So I wanted to share with you the top flowering herbs for bees. For a … Continue Reading How To Make A Bee Friendly Herb Garden