Royal Kitchen Garden keeper Vicki Cooke unravels the historical uses of globe artichokes
Hello blossom! Plantsman Andy McIndoe picks some of his spring blossom favourites. These are all small trees suitable for most gardens.
Rose expert Michael Marriott chooses roses that are good for pollinators such as bees.
You don’t need a huge garden to have a fruit tree, grow one in a container. Here are five fruit trees you can easily grow in pots.
Choose Fuchsia ‘Swingtime’ for your summer baskets and enjoy a fabulous, long-lasting display all summer long.
If you love peonies you will adore scented tree peonies. Mature plants can boast over a hundred flowers on one plant.