Latest News from the Amberol team

Seasonal Advice

What’s new in the plant world for 2019?

What’s new in the plant world for 2019?

All plants and flowers may be beautiful, but just like clothes, food and interiors, fashions come and go when it comes to gardening. Here we take a look at some of the top trends for 2019….

Read the full article
Keeping our public spaces tidy in 2019

Keeping our public spaces tidy in 2019

The dropping and non-segregation of litter on the streets of the UK continues to be an expensive problem for many councils. John Read, the founder of Clean Up Britain recently highlighted the problem of cash-strapped councils being forced to waste millions on clearing up litter. He said, “Councils are currently spending £800 million a year on clearing up litter, including £200, 000 spent by Warwick District Council, which is an obscene amount of wasted money when most councils are semi-bankrupt.”

Read the full article
Green Christmas

Green Christmas

Christmas is a wonderful time of the year but present buying, house decorating and increased consumption of food and drink means that the amount of waste we produce increases dramatically.

Read the full article
Festive fun for garden lovers

Festive fun for garden lovers

Every year Amberol supplies self-watering planters to businesses, councils, educational organisations and Britain in Bloom groups all over the UK so that our streets and public places can look their very best.

Read the full article
Gardening for health and happiness

Gardening for health and happiness

Whether they’re in a garden, a self-watering planter on the high street or on a table indoors, plants and flowers have the power to lift our mood and make us feel happier. However, as every keen gardener and Britain in Bloom volunteer knows, the ability of flora and fauna to enhance our lives goes far beyond providing an attractive backdrop to our day to day activities.

Read the full article
Plant bulbs now for a splash of spring colour

Plant bulbs now for a splash of spring colour

Not all the autumn leaves have fallen from the trees yet, which means there’s still time to plant bulbs for a welcome display of colour when spring arrives. Most bulbs are suitable for planting in containers and a bit of planning now will pay big dividends when it comes to cheering up your surroundings when the first signs of spring appear next year.

Read the full article
Page 1 of 5