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9 top gardening tips for beginners

9 top gardening tips for beginners

9 top gardening tips for beginners

BBC Gardener's World presenter Mark Lane gives useful advice to new gardeners.


Spring bulbs that are out of the ordinary

Spring bulbs that are out of the ordinary

Spring bulbs that are out of the ordinary

From blousy tulips to cool white daffodils and dainty irises, Hannah Stephenson digs through some of the best bulbs available now.


Get the inside knowledge on how to look after your houseplants

Get the inside knowledge on how to look after your houseplants

Get the inside knowledge on how to look after your houseplants

Unsure which plants to place in the bathroom, lounge or bedroom? Houseplant expert Claire Bishop tells Hannah Stephenson her top tips


Growing together has multiple benefits

Growing together has multiple benefits

Growing together has multiple benefits

The Horticultural Trades Association urges gardeners to come together to enjoy the labour – and the fruits of that labour!


Keep those flavours coming long after herbs fade away

Keep those flavours coming long after herbs fade away

Keep those flavours coming long after herbs fade away

Don't let the late summer rain wash away all your homegrown herbs. We offer top tips on how to keep them going, long after summer has faded.


Top tips to tidy up your summer garden

Top tips to tidy up your summer garden

Top tips to tidy up your summer garden

So you’ve arrived home from your summer holiday, your borders are tired and your grass looks like straw. It’s time for the post-holiday clear-up.


Saving water can help your hanging baskets thrive

Saving water can help your hanging baskets thrive

Saving water can help your hanging baskets thrive

RHS research suggests hanging baskets can survive on a fraction of the water we give them. One expert suggests six ways to water to keep them going


A lot to learn on the allotment

A lot to learn on the allotment

A lot to learn on the allotment

Choosing the right veg for your experience level can make a world of difference. Hannah Stephenson shares her top picks.


Make sense of your space and stimulate your senses

Make sense of your space and stimulate your senses

Make sense of your space and stimulate your senses

The Horticultural Trades Association suggests your garden can be a multi-sensory area, helping create the right mood and improve health and wellbeing


Small is beautiful in the garden

Small is beautiful in the garden

Small is beautiful in the garden

If you don't have much room to play with, you can still create a stunning space


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