Many garden plants have exquisite perfume and fragrance. Jean Vernon picks five plants that you can grow for summer scent.
Advice and top tips on growing blackcurrants, redcurrants, whitecurrants and gooseberries from Vicki Cooke at Hampton Court Palace Kitchen Garden.
If hot weather, dry soil and sunny spells are wreaking havoc in your garden then choose plants that have adapted to hotter and dry conditions.
Not every garden boundary needs a fence or a trellis to delineate it. Sometimes you can use plants to create a soft screen between garden areas
Michael Marriott picks his favourite climbing roses to plant at the front of your house.
Fancy growing something new and different? Jean Vernon picks five new fruit and veg for your garden from RHS Chelsea Flower Sow 2017.