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Lining hanging baskets on a budget

You don’t have to spend a fortune on expensive hanging basket liners. With a little creativity, you can save a money and create and impressive display in your garden.

Exotic garden plants from seed

There’s nothing like growing your own plants from seed. Here are some exotic flowering plants to try this year in your tropical border.

A climbing courgette for small gardens

What really makes this variety special and lead me to make such a compulsive order is that it is a climbing variety of courgette. Yes, you heard me correctly – a climbing courgette!

Growing Courgettes

A growers guide to courgettes: Courgettes are very easy to grow and will provide you will a good, sustained crop throughout the summer months.

Growing Canna Lilies from seed

Growing Canna Lilies from seed is incredibly easy to do and will produce plenty of these tropical flowering plants in no time at all.

A guide to chitting & growing Potatoes

A complete guide to chitting & growing potatoes and getting the most out of your crop

Frost hardy bedding plants

A list to help you select the best frost hardy bedding plants that will not fail to add a hint of summer to your garden this winter.

Guide to seed Potato varieties

An allotment or vegetable patch would simply not be complete without a run of potatoes. With so many varieties to choose from, it’s a good idea to do a little research to find the best suited for your garden.

Autumn Onion sets

Autumn is not too late to plant your early onion sets. From September right through to December, planting now will result a strong overwintered crop in May to July.

Winter flowering climbers

A list of colourful Winter flowering climbing plants to provide flower blooms during the coldest months.

Container gardening

There are many benefits to growing your plants in containers. This article will look at some of the advantages of Container Gardening and some of the best plants to try in pots, tubs and troughs.

Three sisters vegetable gardening

An ancient and highly successful way of growing vegetables. The three sisters garden scheme is a balanced and attractive method that everyone must try.

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