It’s the moment Jo Arnell has been waiting for since October – time to get going in the veggie patch It’s all about to take off in the vegetable garden and the first of the summer harvests are just around...
Jo Arnell offers helpful advice for those about to head out into their gardens
Jo Arnell shows how easy – and enjoyable – it is to make a Mother’s Day treat for mum yourself.
The daffodils are up, but don’t starting planting your kitchen garden yet cautions Jo Arnell
Jo Arnell warms up the winter garden with fragranced seasonal blooms
After a lengthly wait, Jo Arnell starts to unearth her soil-dwelling home grown veg in time for Christmas
Sue Whigham picks her favourite winter garden wonders that make beautiful festive decorations
Jo Arnell explains how to ensure you have pick of the crop at home...
Sue Whigham admires autumn displays of glorious colour
Jo Arnell turns salvage hunter to provide her garden with economical and beautiful focal points made from often-overlooked reclamation yard goodies
Sue Whigham takes a look at the fragrant world of Lavandula
Jo Arnell looks into glorious late summer colour
Jo Arnell goes in search of exotic-looking plants that thrive in the great British weather
Sue Whigham takes a look at the latest prize-winning breeds coming to a nursery near you
Jo Arnell explains that it’s never too late to get the most out of your veg garden over the summer months
Sue Whigham talks about the evolution of her own garden and perfect plant combinations
Jo Arnell tackles the trickiest garden invaders
Sue Whigham uncovers the Latin reasoning behind plant monikers
Sue Whigham highlights the therapeutic properties of common countryside dwellers
Plants in containers, whether permanent or seasonal, are a delight around the garden. If you’re short of space, or don’t have much in the way of a garden, they can even become mini gardens in themselves. Jo Arnell pots up...
Garden designer, TV presenter and writer, Mark Lane talks us through his love of the outdoors
Expert forager Michael White explains there’s more use for garden invaders than just compost fodder as he explores edible weeds
The newest member of the WT team, Rebecca Cuffe, tracks down a handful of the best gardening tutorials around
BBC presenter Danny Clarke explains what drew him into the world of horticulture
Sue Whigham selects some beautiful spring goodies to bring your garden to life
Dish up your home-grown feasts with pride by following Jo Arnell’s tips for growing success
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
Follow Jo Arnell’s spring tips for a gorgeous garden all year round
Sue Whigham explores our fascination with snowdrops
Jo Arnell gets ahead this month in preparation for a productive year in the garden
Sue Whigham gives her tips and picks for growing conservatory plants
Jo Arnell advises us on taking positive steps in the garden for the year ahead.
Colder weather doesn’t have to mean the end of decorative pots and hanging baskets – Emma Hardy’s book shows how
Jo Arnell celebrates the Yuletide tradition – and fun – of decorating your house with evergreens
Sue Whigham celebrates autumn’s visual feast
After an exhaustingly sunny summer, Jo Arnell is relishing gentler autumn gardening
Sue Whigham celebrates the mighty English oak tree
Jo Arnell gets misty about her pumpkin patch
Penny Kemp on upcycling
Jo Arnell gathers in seeds and rejoices in autumn as the start of the new growing cycle
Penny Kemp celebrates the joys and benefits of local involvement
Sue Whigham finds we have a lot to learn from ancient climate lore
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
Jo Arnell on the particular pleasure of bringing in your crops
Sue Whigham celebrates the glory of butterflies and suggests ways to encourage them to your garden
Sue Whigham on this easy-to-grow, flowering favourite
Jo Arnell on the pleasure of growing your own cut flowers
Jo Arnell on why gardening and being outside is not just good for us – it is absolutely essential for our health and wellbeing...