With the wintery weather showing no signs of letting up anytime soon, I show you four nifty ways to warm up your soil so you can get growing in your …
With a new ‘State of Britain’s Hedgehogs’ report showing hedgehogs numbers are continuing to decline in rural areas, I snout out the ways we can go the whole hog …
Heritage seeds are horticulture’s heirlooms – and by investing and planting historic varieties we’re helping to safeguard their future, and ours If you want a tasty slice of history with …
Something magical happens at this time of year behind the closed doors of garden sheds, under terracotta pots and inside dustbins.
Get closer to the Big Garden Birdwatch action on January 27-29 by rigging up your own special bird hide
Hard frosts and hard work are the main ingredients in the kitchen garden this month but
there’s still plenty of jobs to sweep away the January blues.
I dig deep to find out why you would want to grow your own potatoes and show you how you can harvest perfect potatoes from the patio.
Go cold turkey on the consumerist Christmas this year and create handmade festive decorations and gifts from your garden’s natural baubles.
An unheated greenhouse can maintain an overnight temperature around five degrees higher than outside, so ditch the expensive and environmentally unfriendly greenhouse heaters this winter and grow cold.
It’s said we spend some £30 million on Brussels sprouts each Christmas, so now’s the time for kitchen gardeners to sit back and smugly celebrate the deliciously (money saving) rewards of a year’s hard work