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About Gardenknow

Gardenknow is a website dedicated to the upkeep and maintenance of gardens. Our content is generally split into three main categories; informational guides, tutorials, and product round-ups. Through these main content types we aim to better inform gardeners at all levels, from those just starting out to even highly experienced ones. Our content is written by real gardeners with a genuine passion for gardening. We believe that informational guidance should be given based on real-world experience. Thankfully, we’re lucky enough to have a writing team with an abundance of that.

Product Round-Ups and Reviews

We pride ourself on maintaining a highly ethical standpoint when it comes to product recommendations. We’d never recommend a product that we don’t fully believe in, and carry out vigorous research on the product before making our recommendations. Our product reviews and round-up style posts are a way to provide people with a “go to” list of high quality products. If you choose to purchase one of the products listed in our articles, we may earn an affiliate commission on the product if you choose to click through one of our links. Such commissions help in funding the websites running costs. We maintain editorial independence and don’t have any obligation to recommend products from specific manufacturers. In fact, if we were to recommend poor quality products it would be counter-intuitive as should you return a product bought through one of our links, we make no commission on that product.

Content Ideas and Requests

We’re always open to ideas for content, and love to interact with our readers. If you have any idea for content and want to get in touch you can do so below. We’re always happy to consider all styles of suggestion but are particularly open to:

  • New how-to guides (for example, how to grow a vegetable or fruit)
  • Yard work tutorials
  • Reviews or product round-ups

If you’re interested in writing posts for our website you can always get in touch with us, but availability often depends on our current workload.