Lulu & Tilda’s Garden Blog

Strawberry Fields Forever

Wednesday, 06 July 2016

I had a lovely weekend playing at farm parks with my friends. I had two favourite parts – one was horse-riding for the first time with my friend Georgia; the other was strawberry picking with my BFF Euan. Here’s a little story about it along with some strawberry facts, an…Read More

Chalkboard Planter: The Perfect Gift for Your Teacher

Friday, 24 June 2016

As school holidays beckon, it’s time to say thank you to our wonderful teachers for all their help and care over the last year. But are you fed up with the same old gifts for teachers? Are you feeling crafty and want something special and personal to give. Well, here…Read More

We’re Going On A Bug Hunt

Monday, 20 June 2016

This week is National Insect Week so there is NO better time to get outdoors and go on a bug hunt. Not sure where to start? Well, read on to find out how to go bug hunting and some great kit to use… What you need: A clear container to…Read More

The Foody: Time to Plant

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Back in February, we introduced you to the Foody, a revolutionary new way to allow you to plant a wide range of fruit and veg in the tiniest of spaces. In February it was only warm enough to build it and get used to how it worked and make plans…Read More

Grass-ias

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

We all want the perfect lawn in our gardens. A lovely, flat, weed-free, green space for playing and lounging on. But it isn’t very easy to achieve with all the weeds flying about and our wet weather and heavy soils. But, to help you get closer to that dream, I…Read More

Sow Sow Yummy!

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

The sun is shining (or at least it was when I wrote this, it is probably snowing now knowing Scotland!) so it’s the perfect time to sow vegetables in the garden. Don’t know what to do? Well, lucky I am here to show you how and to tell you about…Read More

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Welcome to Lulu & Tilda’s Garden Blog

This used to be a stuffy old gardening blog that our mummy & daddy used to write. So we (Lulu aged 5 and Tilda aged 2) decided that we  could do a much betterer job than them. So this is our super-dooper, fabilicious gardening blog instead. Thank you for reading (mummy said we must always say thanks). Love Lulu & Tilda xx


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