Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Blog: Quick! There's time to get your cloves in... One of the easiest crops you can start with is garlic - you can even grow them in a trough or large container if you don't have a proper garden. I much...

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GARDENING FOR BEGINNERS

My mam's Pieris japonica, safety transported to my house

Coronavirus: Keep calm and START gardening!

Blog: Getting your hands dirty in soil is a pleasant change from constant washing... We live in terrible times and it's so important for all...
Astrantia Buckland and hardy geranium Jolly Jewel Hot Pink

Herbaceous perennials for partial shade

Hardy geraniums, Astrantia and Angelica pep up pond bed planting plan The demise of a pair of self-seeded Echiums due to the rotten winter has...

GARDENING NEWS, PRODUCTS, REVIEWS

GARDENING FOR THE LESS ABLE

Rustic Outdoor Garden Mirror. Picture; Melody Maison

Best Christmas gifts for gardeners

Horticultural presents for under £50 This is the second in my series of the best gifts to buy for your gardening loved ones (see stocking...
Sophie Conran ticking stripe bag. Picture; Burgon & Ball

Burgon & Ball: new gardening tools and sundries

Houseplants still hot; additions to ranges Burgon & Ball is one of my favourite stop-offs at the Garden Press Event - the company's range of...
National Gardening Week's theme is Edible Britain

National Gardening Week 2019

This year's theme - Edible Britain Encouraging everyone to grow-your-own veg is the theme of this year’s National Gardening Week (April 29–May 5). The RHS's theme...

FRUIT, VEG, FEATURED PLANTS, FLOWER SEEDS

New vegetable seeds from DT Brown

Five of the best to try on the allotment, veg patch, or in pots High demand for seeds continues with the surge of interest in...
French Marigold Goldiluxe. Picture; DT Brown

New flower seeds from DT Brown

RECIPES AND DEALING WITH GLUTS