St Bridget Nurseries Blog

Mon 29 Oct 2018

Before you light your bonfire

Don’t forget to check for unsuspecting guests   It’s that time of year for clearing out the debris, cutting back and generally tidying up the garden area before the winter season rolls in, but before you put your garden clutter in a pile for burning, here’s a few useful tips to ensure you’ve taken every […]


Thu 11 Oct 2018

Top Tips for gardening this October

As we move nearer winter, October is definitely the time to ‘batten down the hatches’ as it were, in the garden! Here are our top gardening tips for October. Plant up your patio containers Remove dead and spent summer flowering bedding and replace the compost in your pots. Layer spring flowering bulbs in your pot […]


Mon 4 Sep 2017

How to Lay Turf

Autumn is not only the best time of year to add new plants to the garden, it is also the ideal time to lay turf. To ensure you have success, follow our simple step by step guide on how to lay turf. Prepare your space Soil preparation is essential to success with any plant including […]


Wed 30 Aug 2017

September in the garden

As we move into autumn, all green fingered people tend to rub their hands together in glee as it is the best time to get out in your garden, tidy up, plant new plants and generally prepare for the show that is spring and summer. September in the garden is a fun time, here is […]


Mon 5 Oct 2015

Autumn is nature's preferred time to plant

It’s Autumn and the best time to get gardening, intact Autumn is nature’s preferred time to plant. Why? The soil is still nice and warm from the summer, it’s moist from the autumn rain and so easy to dig. Additionally  it’s when many plants are dormant and so you can move/introduce them to your garden […]


Mon 24 Aug 2015

Greenman Gardening Tools now available at our Old Rydon Lane garden centre

We are proud to announce that Greenman Gardening Tools are now available at our Old Rydon Lane garden centre.  Greenman Gardening Tools are inspired by the garden tools from generations past, the sort that can still be found in grandfather’s shed. They are exceedingly well-made and stylish, designed with the demands of the serious gardener in mind. […]