Spring is long overdue, and this feature on spring flowers had to be put back a couple of times as spring flowers were hard to find.
Summer has just about gone, or maybe we are still waiting for it to arrive, once that rain goes off.
The winter months can be a quiet time in the garden as most plants are dormant, but with a wee bit of research you will find there are quite a few plants that have their day in winter.
John Stoa gets his hands dirty with some soil improvements.
Growing rhododendrons and azaleas got into my blood in the early years of training around Dundee’s parks and nurseries.
The garden has now gone into its autumn phase.
John Stoa’s summer flowers are continuing to enjoy the remarkably warm season.
The garden is beginning to go into its autumn phase as berried plants such as the rowan, and cotoneasters are starting to steal the show and summer flowers start to fade away.
It’s flower show season. Courier gardening expert John Stoa sorts out his beds from his borders.
At some point we all experience the trials and tribulations of moving house, usually in connection with going for a new job, or as we get older we no longer need a large home so we down size to a smaller house.