Useful tools

Yates My Garden App

Yates My Garden App is your ‘personal trainer’ of the garden world. You now have the ‘garden answers’ in the palm of your hand. It includes all the information and support that you need to design, grow, protect and manage your garden and plants to keep them thriving.

Seasonal Garden Calendar

Every month we have lots of seasonal tips and advice to get your plants in good health and thriving. We look forward to helping you and answering any questions you may have.

Seed Finder

What to know what to plant? When to plant? How to grow? We have everything that you need right here! Yates offers a wonderful tool to pick the best seeds for you, it is unique, useful and available right now!

Yates Garden Community

The future is here, the team at Yates HQ are excited to share the future of our Garden Community and how you can get involved! Stay tuned!

Garden Videos

Here are a range of helpful videos with essential tips on gardening techniques from planning and protecting your gardens to inspiring new projects and ideas.

Yates Garden Doctor

Is your plant looking a little sad? Not sure what is happening to it... well never fear the Yates Garden Doctors are here! Self diagnose using our interactive Problem Solver or talk to us on Live Chat. We're always here to help!

Virtual Garden Visualiser

Working together with the team at Yates we can help you with Virtual Garden Design Advice. We have a gallery of garden designs to inspire and help you visualise how you would like your space to look.

Protecting Bees

Bees play an essential role as pollinators in the garden. Without bees many of our vegetables and fruit would never get to harvest stage.

Garden eMagazines

Check out our Growing with You - Spring Edition 2019


Project guides

Tropical Gardens

How do you describe a tropical garden? Exuberant, lush, full and abundant are some of the words that come to mind. Tropical plants are renowned for their large leaves and showy, brightly coloured flowers.

Gardening in Containers

Plants are grown in containers for many reasons. The increasing number of people who live in flats or home units must, by necessity, do their gardening on windowsills or balconies. Here is your guide to gardening in containers.


Videos