Sun gardening writers website to fill Gardeners' World gap

Sun gardening writers Steve and Val Bradley's consumer website, featuring practical lessons and industry figures, is now up and running.

The new venture launched last week, though areas of the site are still under construction.

Val Bradley said: "It's a ‘how to' site for consumers, including seasonal tasks such as how to plant up a spring container. We also cover news.

"Our aim is for it to be informative and topical, and most of all, interesting. We want to take the complication out of gardening, especially with Gardeners' World being off the air for so long" she added.

The website features short films demonstrating how to use gardening products, including the vertical growing system Vertigarden. Upcoming companies to be featured include Mr Fothergill's and DT Brown.

"The site has strong links to the trade," added Bradley. "We will provide links on the site so that consumers can get hold of the products easily."


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