John Kane prepares for winter with a roundup of maintenance jobs to be done around the garden in November.
Don’t put off your autumn gardening jobs. Do them now, before winter sets in and makes them a real chore.
There’s bargains at garden centres, plum trees to prune and plant flowering bulbs for next year. Check out our September gardening tips.
John Kane highlights the main jobs in the garden in August from deadheading to pruning.
Your garden is probably looking pretty good right now. July is a month of colour and a chance to put one’s feet up but as Paul Ward points out, there is still much to do.
Having a large tree casting its shadow across your garden isn’t the end of the world according to expert Maxine Farmer.
Sustainable gardening is all about making the most of what you have, working with the natural environment and bringing a diversity of vegetables and flowers into your patch, writes Sarah Divall.
Take advantage of the warmer weather to sort out your perennials, borders and April gardening jobs.
Gardening – February spring clean. All jobs that will ensure your oasis of calm is in tip top shape for spring
Gardening expert Maxine Farmer explains what happens to your garden when you go on holiday.
Boundary disputes and petty squabbles between neighbours can escalate into stressful legal proceedings. Here are some little known ways you could be breaking the law.
Your Christmas tree is the focal point of the room this season, make sure you pick the right one with this guide.
Cathy Johnston, the community living advisor at Auchlochan Garden Village, reveals how to enjoy garden space without the hassle.
Winter is one of the best times of year to give your lawn a bit of TLC to have it bouncing back in spring.
Prepare your garden this winter with these four top tips on planting a festive bloom.
Simple and cost effective, organic fertiliser recipes that will see your plants flourish
As the first morning frosts of the year arrive, it is time to address your winter gardening jobs.
If your fingers aren’t as green as you’d like them to be, try these hard to kill plants in your garden.
Don’t throw away egg shells once you’ve cooked, they are ideal for composting and could be nourishing your plants.
Tired of the same old green beans, carrots, and zinnias in your garden? This year, when ordering your seeds from the catalogues, check out the edible flower varieties.
Celebrate the change of the seasons by visiting some of these top National Trust gardens
Ben Whitmarsh talks to landscape designer Jim Fogarty about his ‘Essence of Australia’ garden and the inspiration behind its creation.
The summer months are high maintenance for lawns, here a few tips to keep your green space in tip top condition.
Planting for next year, lawn maintenance and garden tidying, Paul Ward has a run down of essential autumn jobs
Maxine Farmer looks at the potentially harmful plants we unwittingly bring into our gardens.
While human beings can live indoors with low light levels and dank air, plants are another story entirely.
Maxine Farmer plans her spring garden jobs with tips for annuals and perennials.
Maxine Farmer, our resident gardening expert, brings you the top ten gift idea’s for green-fingered friends…
Now is the time to start scheduling your gardening activities and tasks for May.