Hellebores truly are the winter wonders of the garden. These beautiful plants have stunning winter flowers and are a beacon of hope in the coldest months of the year.
You don’t need to wait for some frost or snow to add some white magic to your garden, Jean Vernon has plenty of ideas.
Peonies are the must-have flower of the summer. Create the wow-factor in your garden with these fabulous, flamboyant flowers.
Add some creepy chills to your Halloween with Debi Holland’s guide to five spooky houseplants.
If you love roses, you will really appreciate these new rose varieties.
Jean Vernon’s guide on five summer flowering plants that will attract bees to your garden.
Shrubs are the backbone of our gardens but left to their own devices many will outgrow their allotted space or become lanky and flower poorly. Martyn Cox guides you on how to give even the most overgrown shrub a new lease of life.
With spring well underway, it’s time to plan and plant for the summer. Debi Holland chooses her five favourite summer bulbs and offers her tips and advice along the way
Rose expert, Michael Marriott from David Austin Roses, offers his advice to getting the best from your your roses and picks five all-time favourites.
Cosmos are one of the easiest, most rewarding flowers you can grow in your garden. Their simple, open flowers have a friendly, smiley, summery demeanor and can be planted in beds, borders, pots and containers all around your garden with simply stunning results.
Debi Holland shares her love of garden annuals and suggests five fabulous annuals to grow in your garden
How do you know if your plants need repotting? Container gardening guru, Geoff Stonebanks unravels the mystery of repotting.
Martyn Cox guides you through ten of his (almost) foolproof favourite plants for beginner gardeners.
Over the last few years houseplants have seen an upsurge in popularity and for good reason; having plants around us makes us feel good. Debi Holland takes us through her five favourite houseplants.
Rose expert Michael Marriott suggests some perfect companion plants for garden roses
Enhance your garden roses with the beauty of other flowering plants
Are you confused about feeding your plants? Geoff Hodge explains what you need to know.
It’s very easy to grow cut flowers from seed. If you’d like a steady supply of fresh flowers for the house and you have a garden, why not grow some cut flowers from seed?
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
Geoff Hodge explains how to be savvy and save even more money when growing from seed.
Award winning garden designer, Geoff Stonebanks, shares some of the secrets of his successful garden containers.
Tamsin Westhorpe is on a mission to encourage gardeners to invest in some of her favourite February flowering, low growing plants.
If you know what you are doing, you can save money by buying and planting in winter, says Geoff Hodge
Small is beautiful for late winter wonder and early spring colour in your garden, says Geoff Hodge.
Get adventurous with your onions this year and try growing some unusual varieties from seed. Vicki Cooke, the former Royal Kitchen Garden Keeper at Hampton Court Palace, shows you how.
Find out the best way to prune your bush, shrub and climbing roses with rose pruning advice from Michael Marriott of David Austin Roses.
Geoff Hodge offers his tips and advice on growing festive holly and ivy.
Geoff Stebbings extols the virtues of the Christmas rose – Helleborus niger.
The shops are brimming with some beautiful Christmas houseplants at the moment – but some are better than others. Here’s how to get the pick of the pots.
Give your garden, large or small, a boost of drama and colour with some winter-flowering plants says Geoff Hodge.
Grass expert Neil Lucas suggests some fabulous grasses to turn your garden into a winter wonderland.