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How to save money on garden essentials

How to save money on garden essentials

How to save money on garden essentials

Avoid spending money on dibbers, plant markers and pots – these everyday items will do the trick, says Hannah Stephenson


Discover the benefits of having a growing family

Discover the benefits of having a growing family

Discover the benefits of having a growing family

TV gardener David Domoney knows only too well how important it is for him – and the kids – to get into the garden to de-stress.


Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

Rewild your garden for our winged wonders

Help save our native butterflies by rewilding your outdoor space into a haven for these winged wonders.


Chip in and try growing tatties

Chip in and try growing tatties

Chip in and try growing tatties

You can still grow spuds even if you only have room for a pot in your garden. Garden Organic expert Emma O’Neill shows you how


Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

Time to ‘chirp’ in and help annual bird spot

The RSPB offers a guide to the more unusual birds you might see in your garden.


Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

Nine ways to protect your plants in wet weather

As more rain is forecast, Hannah Stephenson asks garden expert Jonathan Webster how to protect plans from drowning and waterlogging


Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

Jungle vibes, wildflowers and outdoor exercise: Are these the top gardening trends of 2021?

Experts give their predictions for the next year – and we’re likely to take a more relaxed approach to the garden


How gardeners can recycle better

How gardeners can recycle better

How gardeners can recycle better

It’s time for all of us to green up our act and do our bit for the environment, say gardening experts Gareth Richards and Holly Farrell.


It’s easy to add structure to your garden

It’s easy to add structure to your garden

It’s easy to add structure to your garden

Structural plants come into their own in winter, creating low-light shadows and frosty coverings. Hannah Stephenson chooses her favourites...


Go potty for festive glamour

Go potty for festive glamour

Go potty for festive glamour

Add baubles, lights and funky containers to make your houseplants the stars of the show this Christmas


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