08/01/2019 11:00 AM
If you’re a gardening beginner or a seasonal expert, to help you discover more great gardening blogs we have created a list (in no particular order) of blogs we would recommend reading and keeping up to date with in 2019.
The Enduring Gardener
The Enduring Gardener is the gardening blog of Stephanie Donaldson – contributing Gardens Editor of Country Living magazine. From garden design to maintenance and everything in between this blog covers a range of gardening topics.
The Unconventional Gardener
An ethnobotanist named Emma shares her extensive knowledge in this blog – with features on growing something different, her own garden and the internet. Emma has also shared her expertise with us recently in a guest post. Read ‘Why Starting a Vegetable Garden in Winter is a Really Good Idea’.theunconventionalgardener.com/blog/
The Middle Sized Garden
If your garden is bigger than a courtyard, but smaller than an acre this blog is for you. Written by journalist Alexandra Campbell, this blog shares tips and ideas on how to create a gorgeous garden without spending the earth.www.themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
Mark Ridsdill Smith has all the inspiration and helpful tips for growing food in small spaces, even when faced with urban environments such as his London flat with only a balcony and window sills to work with. He sets himself growing challenges which are entertaining, and achievable too.http://verticalveg.org.uk
This blog follows the story of Mark and Gaz as they create a taste of the tropics in their UK garden, as well as a great mixture of posts featuring public gardens and travel.www.alternativeeden.com
This gardening journal is written by Helen and shares her horticultural learning. With posts on her garden, details on plants and perennials, as well as other gardening interests.patientgardener.wordpress.com
The Anxious Gardener
Full time, working gardener David Marsden, shares his experience on the two gardens he tends too. The Old Forge in the South Downs National Park and The Priory’ located in the Sussex Weald. He uses his blog to share the gardens to a wider audience.theanxiousgardener.com
Catherine writes about making the most of busy family life both indoors and out and shares ideas, inspiration and tips including getting the most of your garden even in January.
Not Super Mum
This blog covers parenting, home decorating / design, food and gardening from single parent Jean; with posts on her garden in the North-west of England.www.notsupermum.com
Smallest Small Holding
This blog shares the story of how a small plot of neglected land turned in a haven for wildlife. Lucy shares garden project updates, produce from her vegetable plots as well as recipes.www.smallestsmallholding.com