At imby we’re helping people bring nature back in to their urban environment.

Our vision is a world where everyone can have a positive impact through their own and their community’s actions in whatever green space they have available to them, be it a garden, patio, balcony, or park - a world in which we see these spaces as connected parts of the community of plants, animals and people that make up our urban ecosystem.

Garden with confidence

imby helps people with all levels of gardening experience get out into their garden. You tell us what plants you have, we provide simple, clear advice on how to look after them, and the confidence to get your hands dirty.

Bring nature in

Gardening in an urban setting even a little is beneficial to you and the world around us all. You don't need to be a gardening superstar, you just need to get out there and start inviting nature back in.

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June Blooms

After a warm and beautiful April, May had a week of unseasonally cold weather. In southern England, particularly in urban areas, it’s quite normal to plant out tender annuals and vegetables in early May, this year many plants and budding fruits have been damaged or killed by the late frost. Some will just have had their tips singed or blossoms damaged so reducing the fruit crop. Smaller or more delicate plants may have been completely destroyed. Additionally the high winds in late May this year caused drying and stress to plants, they’ve been through a rough month. Once the weather is calmer again, feed and water may help them recover but some may be lost and need replacing.

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