A long list of non-toxic plants to grow in your garden and on your windowsill. Keep your babies and children safe this summer.
An usual assortment of great tasting and nutritious vegetables that will also make great additions to the ornamental border as well as the dinner plate!
Improve you health and happiness levels by growing your own vegetables on your allotment plot this year.
Get on top of that powdery mildew from your squashes with a simple and organic solution that you are bound to have in your kitchen cupboard.
I am a Delosperma fanatic. I have been collecting them for 10 years and here is a variety you have got to try! Lots of colour and hardy!
I have tested copper tape to protect my plants from slug and snail attacks. Here is what I have found so far.
A gardeners guide to how and when to prune roses to get the most out of your blooms.
A simple guide to sowing seeds with the absolute beginner in mind. You don't need green fingers, just follow these steps.
Learn how to plant, prune, feed and guard your clematis against disease.
There are plenty of great garden plants for shade - partial to full. Here is a list of all of the varieties I can think of.
The hardy hibiscus really is a reliable shrub for growing in the UK. It will be a talking point for your neighbours as well as add a splash of the tropics to your garden.
Growing succulents in your garden can be extremely rewarding. Easy to grow, propagate and these plants will thrive in places where others wilt.
Advice on deadheading (the removal of spent flowers) for most annual and perennial plants. Encourage more flower production.
Capture that holiday feeling by growing Osteospermum in your garden this year. Now there is a UK-hardy collection to try out.
Get right up the noses of your neighbours this year with this very large list of scented garden flowers. A list of perfumed plants for all situations. Citrus, coconut, strawberries and many more scents listed.