A splash of colour gives any garden that edge. Bedding plants are a great way to add some colour that will last for months and give your garden the wow factor. With so many varieties to choose from though, it can be difficult to know where to start.
Here, plant supports specialist Suttons utilise their knowledge of bedding plants so that you can effectively create a garden that oozes colour:
Types of bedding plants
With more than one option available to you, bedding plants come in the form of seedlings, plugs and those stored in pots and trays.
Opting for seedlings will provide you with between 100 and 400 seeds sown in trays and filled with compost. Just be aware that you will need to pot the baby plants into Continue reading Brighten up your garden with bedding plants
Taking a break from social media had been something that I had been thinking about for a while. I had actually first thought about having a break from social media over a year ago. Each time I tried though, I seemed to get drawn back into this modern day addiction. It took a series of issues with my computer and my mobile phone to force me to stop checking all of my accounts for a while.
A Social Media Obsession
As a blogger, social media is an important part of my everyday life. Promoting blog posts, finding blog posts from others to read and interacting on all of my social media pages is enjoyable but very time consuming.
It is so easy to get sucked into reading lots of social media updates and articles online. All sorts of articles grab my attention. One moment, I will reading about how to decorate a birthday cake the next I find myself watching a hair tutorial. Before I know it, I’ve read about politics, Disney Land, how to save money, the 50 best slow cooker recipes, how to pack a suitcase effectively, what the cast of neighbours from 1989 all look like now, I have looked at a lot of photos from the 1900s on a local history page and have watched some of the build up to the birth of a giraffe.
What ever did I do before social media?
A Forced Break from Social Media
I spent some time in the countryside, where internet is very limited and broadband is the stuff of dreams. This was the beginning of my social media break. Continue reading Lessons Learned by Taking a Break from Social Media
I recently received a unique watch from JORD and it is the most unique watch I’ve ever owned. It has been a long time since I last wore a watch. My last watch broke and I never got round to buying a new one.
Getting a Great Wood Watch that Fits Well
My wrists are quite small so I have always found it difficult to find a cool watch that would fit well. Previous women’s watches that I’ve owned have meant that I’ve had to send each watch away for a few weeks, via the local jewellers, to get it to fit comfortably. Continue reading My Winter Wardrobe and My New Wood Watch
I feel absolutely visible to the world most of the time but occasionally I feel like I am wearing Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak. I have been pondering this feeling lately. Am I the only person that feels like this? Should I do something about this? Is it all in my head?
When I am Visible
Each morning, I follow the same routine: I get myself and my children ready for going out and walk out the door with a positive mind set. After really focussing on becoming more positive in recent years, I go out feeling hopeful that something good will happen. Walking helps me to stay happy and content so I make sure I do quite a lot of it. It works for me.
On our walks, I tend to greet everyone I meet with a smile. We live in a small town where the people, often random strangers, stop to have a little chat. Continue reading Feeling Invisible