Lulu & Tilda’s Garden Blog

A Garden of Fairy Tales

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

I recently went on an amazing holiday with my BFF Euan to Northumberland. As well as having fun playing on the beach, I took Mummy & Daddy to Alnwick Gardens as I had heard that they had a fairy tales treasure hunt for us kids to take part in. As…Read More

Butterflies – Self Propelled Flowers

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Butterflies are indeed pretty as flowers plus they help pollinate plants whilst they feed on the nectar. Most species of butterflies don’t have caterpillars that eat our crops so we should be encouraging these pretty pollinators in our gardens. As the Big Butterfly Count has just started, I thought I’d find out…Read More

The Plight of the Bumblebee

Tuesday, 07 July 2015

Hopefully all the yummy crops in your garden are growing well and you can start to see berries, fruit and veg appearing on your plants. If you can, it is likely that pollinating insects like bumblebees have been out and about in your garden.  Bumblebees look really cute and with…Read More

If you can find one, the Noble Fir is a great choice

Fir Trade!

Monday, 18 November 2013

I am soooo excited. You may have noticed Santa is busy getting ready for Christmas and is making lots of appearances at garden centres, shopping centres and even on trains! There is only five weeks to go so you better get your letters written and brush up on your good…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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