Welcome to Home Gardener

Have a garden? Read on for top tips & advice

Ever wished you could grow your own fruit, vegetables and herbs? Ever dreamt of the ultimate in freshness with zero food miles? Ever wished you could simply pick and cook your own produce without the need for a trip to the shop or supermarket?
Home grown fruit and vegetables

Fruit and vegetables can be grown anywhere on any scale.

Growing Your Own Vegetables and Fruit

Regardless of if you have a large sprawling garden, an unremarkable urbun garden, a small courtyard or just enough room for a window box or a couple of small pots on a window ledge – You can ‘grow your own’.

If you’ve ever thought about growing your own fruit and veg, now is the time to start. It doesn’t matter if it’s spring, summer, autumn or winter, there’s always something that can be grown or at least prepared for the months ahead.

Grow Veg and You’re a Gardener – Own Chickens and You Become a Smallholder

keeping chickens in the garden

Fresh Eggs Daily From Your Own Chickens

In addition to growing your own fruit and vegetables, keeping 2 or more chickens is also a very real possibility. With nothing more than a good home, feed and shelter, you’ll never have to buy intensively produced eggs from the shop or supermarket again. Retreaving fresh eggs in the morning for breakfast, cakes and more is truly one of the most rewarding things you can do. What’s more is that chickens have great characters and you’ll have great fun sitting and watching their naturally curious and often comedic ways.

From Functional Fixture To Garden Feature

garden shed and fence transformation

Transform an old shed or fence into something eye catching and unique

If you’re planning a garden renovation project, we’ll also give you some hints and tips on how to get the most out of garden fences, sheds, summerhouses, garden decking and by no means least garden furniture. These things can add character and charm to you’re outdoor spaces and provide years of enjoyment as well as adding appeal to a property. With the correct care and maintenance, these often expensive garden fixtures can and will last for many more years.