Welcome to AndrewInTheGarden.com!

My name is Andrew, and I’ve been an avid gardener since I was 9. I’m in my 30s now, and I’ve been growing my own fruits and vegetables ever since.

Here, we are passionate about all things gardening. Our team of writers are always working hard to create the best content possible. They research, write, review and edit articles and resources to ensure that the content is accurate, up-to-date and helpful. We also work to create videos, tutorials and other helpful resources to help our readers get the most out of their home gardens.

We focus on creating healthy, bountiful gardens that are easy to maintain, and we are always looking for ways to make gardening easier for everyone. We provide the information you need to make the most of your home garden.

We hope you find something useful here on our website! Thank you for visiting, and happy gardening!

Latest Posts

  • How To Grow Cosmos From Seed

    How To Grow Cosmos From Seed

    The beauty of the cosmos is that it can fill any space with its vibrant colours and unique petals. Growing these extraordinary flowers from seed brings a special kind of satisfaction as if nurturing them provides an opportunity to connect with the natural world in which we all belong. As horticultural experts, let us share…

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  • How to grow sweet peas

    How to grow sweet peas

    Are you looking for a way to add some life and colour to your garden? Sweet peas are the perfect flowering plant to do just that. Not only do they look beautiful, but they are also easy to grow! In this article, we’ll show you how to get started growing these delightful flowers. From soil…

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  • Minibels – First Crop of Tomatoes

    Minibels – First Crop of Tomatoes

    After months of battling the elements, I finally harvested my first Tomato ‘Minibel’. It took unrelenting sunshine and gusts of wind to push these plants out horizontal in their pots – a feat which did not stop them from producing bright green tomatoes! The effort paid off as I successfully picked three full specimens before…

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