Chef Yuki Gomi presents five delicious recipes, to encourage you to discover the benefits of growing and cooking from scratch.
Planting and growing your own vegetables can be a hugely rewarding experience, here’s our guide to allotment etiquette
Water wastage is a huge issue in the UK and our garden could be huge drain on our water resources. Here, Scott Hawthorne shares five tips to help reduce your water usage.
If you’re starting an allotment take time to plan before you start. Gavin Keir outlines the importance of planning when approaching your allotment and accepting that the work you do can be enjoyed at an older, time-honoured, longer rhythm.
The gardening is virtually done for another year but brave the cold, and save yourself some time in the spring.
Don’t be intimidated by your garden. Plan your plot and look forward to beautiful results come summer. Here are 10 tips to help you along the way.
Personalise your own table this Christmas with this step-to-step guide to making your own evergreen centrepiece.
Make the most of your outdoor space all year round with these top tips that will have your garden blooming come spring.
With their beautiful colours and fragrant smell, here’s how you can ensure your Wisteria is the star of the show.
Take advantage of the daylight hours left and prep your garden for the cooler winter months, ensuring a flowing bloom come spring.
An alternative approach to creating a majestic garden, Jo Whiley shares her 5 top tips for making your garden sing!
Shrubs with edible fruit make a great feature for your garden while also delivering some delicious berries and colour.
There’s bargains at garden centres, plum trees to prune and plant flowering bulbs for next year.
Do you rely on proven horticultural techniques or are you more willing to trust your garden’s health to old wives’ tales?
Award-winning gardener, designer and author Chris Beardshaw shows you how to make the most out of the fruit and veg in your garden.
Your garden needs you! The worst of the weather has passed, so dig out the wellies and get down to early spring’s essential garden jobs.
For gardeners who only have a window box, patio, courtyard, balcony or a very small vegetable garden to grow in, then containers are the answer, says Richard Bartlett.
Organic advice on choosing, buying, planting and looking after ornamental border plants.
Maxine Farmer urges caution before spending on new plants for your garden.
John Kane gets his November garden jobs done before the hard frosts set in.
Maxine Farmer braves the rain for some essential summer maintenance and ideas for adding colour if your plants fail to bloom.
Maxine Farmer offers advice on how to manage your garden and plants through drought.
Organic gardening growing advice for March and April – and how to manage your planting and pets.
In the style of the best fashion reviewer, gardening expert Maxine Farmer shares her favourite colours from this year’s gardening catalogues.