Vegetables With Meals in Mind

Dish up your home-grown feasts with pride by following Jo Arnell’s tips for growing success

Project Plant

Do you have spare land to plant some native trees? Help The Woodland Trust to combat the spread of tree diseases with its specially selected tree packs

A Garden for all Seasons

Follow Jo Arnell’s spring tips for a gorgeous garden all year round

Spring has Sprung

Sue Whigham explores our fascination with snowdrops

Early Bird Gardening

Jo Arnell gets ahead this month in preparation for a productive year in the garden

Let it Shine

Sue Whigham gives her tips and picks for growing conservatory plants

Gardening Resolutions

Jo Arnell advises us on taking positive steps in the garden for the year ahead.

The Winter Garden

Colder weather doesn’t have to mean the end of decorative pots and hanging baskets – Emma Hardy’s book shows how

Deck the Halls

Jo Arnell celebrates the Yuletide tradition – and fun – of decorating your house with evergreens

Very Berry

Sue Whigham celebrates autumn’s visual feast

Mellow Fruitfulness

After an exhaustingly sunny summer, Jo Arnell is relishing gentler autumn gardening

From a Tiny Acorn

Sue Whigham celebrates the mighty English oak tree

Squash Up!

Jo Arnell gets misty about her pumpkin patch

The Green Goddess

Penny Kemp on upcycling

Gone to Seed

Jo Arnell gathers in seeds and rejoices in autumn as the start of the new growing cycle

The Green Goddess

Penny Kemp celebrates the joys and benefits of local involvement

Whether the Weather

Sue Whigham finds we have a lot to learn from ancient climate lore

Wood Works

The secret to the perfect work/life balance may already be in your garden - and if it isn’t you can build one... by Isobel Mackay

Harvest Home

Jo Arnell on the particular pleasure of bringing in your crops

Flying Flowers

Sue Whigham celebrates the glory of butterflies and suggests ways to encourage them to your garden

Save our Salvias

Sue Whigham on this easy-to-grow, flowering favourite

Cut Above the Rest

Jo Arnell on the pleasure of growing your own cut flowers

Blooming Good Health

Jo Arnell on why gardening and being outside is not just good for us – it is absolutely essential for our health and wellbeing...

Mediterranean Inspiration

Sue Whigham returns from a magical and inspiring trip to Andalucia...

Containing Your Joy

Growing plants in containers is not only aesthetically pleasing, it can be practical too, says Sue Whigham

Harmonious Bed-Fellows

Jo Arnell shares her tips for growing beautifully healthy vegetables

Gone to Mow a Meadow

Joshua Sparks, a horticulturist at Sissinghurst Castle, shares his love of wild flower meadows

Small and Interesting

Sue Whigham experiments with microgreens – in all their forms

Signs of Spring

Jo Arnell is feeling cheery, as the days get longer

Sweet Smell of Summer

Sue Whigham shares her passion for one of the nation’s favourite flowers – the simple, yet delicious, sweet pea

Seeds of Success

Jo Arnell shares her excitement for seed catalogues

Wild Wrapping

When it comes to presenting beautiful gifts, Jo Arnell looks to nature for inspiration...

Earth Matters

Jo Arnell reminds us of the importance of garden soil

Winter Vegetables

Jo Arnell enjoys the earthiness of her seasonal crop

Lay Down Your Shears

Sue Whigham marvels at late-season flowers, seed heads and grasses and urges gardeners to think before pruning

No Shrinking Violets

Sue Whigham pays attention to the ofter overlooked shrubs and trees that provide a welcome burst of autumn and winter colour...

Brilliant Bulbs

Jo Arnell explores the easy answer to next year’s spring show

Hedge Your Bets

Sue Whigham explores the importance of preserving British hedgerows...

Splendour in the Grass

Let ornamental grasses carry your border gently into the autumn and beyond, as Jo Arnell explains...

Strong Front

Sue Whigham laments the demise of the front garden and explores the factors behind its decline and what is being done to ensure its survival...

Summer Bounty

Jo Arnell has her trug at the ready to cash in positively on a gluttonous season in the garden...

Nature’s Table

Sue Whigham explains how to get to grips with a little gentle foraging...

Order, Order!

Jo Arnell tames the vivacious summer garden...

Informal Design

Jo Arnell examines the popularity of cottage gardens...

Born Survivors

Inspired by a trip to Dungeness, Sue Whigham takes a closer look at plants that thrive in shingle...

Spring Fever

It’s not too late to get your veg patch going this May, as Jo Arnell explains...

Light & Frothy

Sue Whigham explores the varied world of umbellifers...

The Barefoot Birdman

Bird expert Dan Mead explains why spring is such a special time in the garden...