Celebrations are over, the commute is back and the weather is making you want to stay under the duvet indefinitely.
Andy and Adam recently sold their smallholding and have moved in above the village store and coffee shop they run. They have gone from nearly an acre of land, to no real outside space to speak of, and now they’re […]
Since we moved to the smallholdings in Mid Wales our life has been far from ordinary. For 5 years, Andy and I have learnt incredible things about self-sufficiency, renovating an old cottage and the pleasures of gardening. Along the way […]
We have a confession to make – the last couple of months it’s all gone downhill. Right in the middle of the crazy gardening season we’ve let things slide and feel pretty bad about it all.
Here we go fellow gardeners. April is the month when there’s no looking back! Ever since Andy and I began keeping bees we’ve been super aware of which plants flower at which time of year. Nature is a clever mistress […]
Before I review this book I must declare a bias, I know the author. Geoffrey Hooper is a 75 year-old gay man that lives in the same village as Andy and I. In the two years we’ve known him he […]
This is one of our favourite times of year in the garden – although also the most unpredictable. Bright clear days can seduce you into feeling like it’s springtime and then a sleety snow shower takes you right back into […]
January – The tinsel’s gone, the lights are back in the box and we’re all feeling a little bit fatter! There’s a real danger at this time of year to wish time away. To urge spring to burst into life […]
Christmas – I love it. I love the music, the dark cold nights in the pub with friends, driving for hours to be with family, too much food, way too much drink. It also feels to me like throughout December […]
Tune in next week to see our very own GayUK gardening duo join forces with the legend that is Monty Don! In “Big Dreams Small Spaces” Monty helps couples with small gardens make the most of what they’ve got. For […]
The month of ghosts and ghouls! The weather is turning and Autumn is in the air. Your garden will be changing a lot this month as the leaves begin to fall, but don’t despair! Summer may be over but now […]