With the weather getting colder and winter on the horizon, it’s time to get our plants prepared to survive the winter. Rudding Park’s kitchen gardener Fiona Slight shares her advice for ‘overwintering’ your dahlias.
The Stray Gardener is written by Rudding Park’s Kitchen Gardener, Fiona Slight. Fiona has worked in horticulture for more than 30 years in the UK and abroad, and specialises in growing fruit and vegetables for fine dining. This month, Fiona shares her advice...
‘Off-market’ house sales are coming increasingly popular as people seek to keep their personal information offline. If you want to buy a property that’s not listed, expert Alex Goldstein has some advice.
Seven-year-old Eirwen Phoenix started nurturing the plant when it was just a few inches tall, as part of a school project. With a lot of tender, love and care it has blossomed to reach 14 feet.
Floral exteriors and flower-filled walls have become the backdrop of every Harrogate influencer’s Instagram feed. It’s a trend that doesn’t seem to be fading anytime soon. Will they look quite so endearing on a dark, rainy day in October?
Thousands attended to the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show at its new location at Newby Hall, near Ripon, this weekend. Take a look at our picture gallery from Saturday’s event.
Staff at The Log Shed had planned to raise money for charities with their friend and BBC radio presenter Dom Busby. After his death in June, they now hope to raise £40,000 in his memory.
The pandemic has had a major impact on interior design trends. Here are seven ways which covid has shaped the way people in the Harrogate district is look at their homes, kitchens and bathrooms.
Dividing your plants helps them rejuvenate – and save you money. Here, the Stray Gardener gives her advice on how to do this.
The Yorkshire property market has seen a post-covid boom. Local expert Alex Goldstein thinks it’s here to stay, and offers his tips if you’re thinking of entering the fray.
This week, we put out a social post asking people how the transmitter fire had affected their TV services and it had a huge response. So we’ve hooked up with Jody Lovatt of Direct Aerials based in Knaresborough and put some of your questions to him.
Nina Meads will cover a wide variety of topics – from food and drink, to home and garden, beauty and wellness and family and leisure in the district.
What do you think the bird is? Could it be a leucistic crow or a white jackdaw? Either way one amateur bird watcher is “very chuffed” with the spot.