The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 lists nearly 40 non-native invasive plant species in the UK. They must not be planted in gardens or caused to grow in the wild. Other laws briefly stated in… Read More »Is bamboo invasive plant species in UK?
Clumping bamboos do not have running rhizomes, instead, the roots are packed around the base forming a clumped base, hence the name clump-forming bamboo. Learn about how to propagate clump-forming bamboo by ‘base separation’. Take… Read More »How to Propagate Clump-forming Bamboo
Squirrels can cause a lot of damage in the garden, especially when it comes to fruiting plants such as tomatoes and strawberries. So how can you keep squirrels away from the ripe strawberries and tomatoes?… Read More »Stop squirrels eating strawberries and tomatoes
Want to know the best way to make tomato plants produce more fruit? There is no hidden secret but to encourage the plant to produce more flowers – the more flowers, the more tomato fruit.… Read More »How to make tomato plants produce more fruit?
Homeowners and gardeners are wondering which bamboo plant is the best bamboo screen option. Some bamboo plants, called running bamboo plants, can become a serious problem if planted in the garden without a barrier. There… Read More »Best Bamboo Screen – Phyllostachys or Fargesia