In my opinion lawns are a very important part of a garden and in most cases I think a garden is all the better for having a lawn, even if it is only small. I...
Roger Brook gardens an acre of an old village churchyard where garden plants are naturalised and ramble between the gravestones.
If you want some large, bold foliage in a border during the summer, cannas take some beating. They are really easy to grow either in the border or large pots...
Martin Fish from Garden News explains how & when to prune dead wood from Robinia 'Frisia'
Potted plants of all kinds, whether in the house, greenhouse or outside, need potting on eventually. There are several reasons, the most obvious being that t...
"At the end of a stressful day, there's nothing better than opening a bottle of wine and sitting looking at the tulips," said Mike O'Leary, as he showed us a...
Most bedding plants are best sown in March but a few can be started now. The earliest to sow are those that take a long time to flower from seed, such as beg...
Martin Fish from Garden News explains the benifits of making leaf mould.
We prune roses for several reasons. Regular pruning helps to keep their size under control, though we must remember that all roses have a predetermined 'idea...
Plant out summer bedding after all danger of frost has passed.
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