Moving Plants in Your Garden

Any Gardening Questions’ will be held daily at Wealden Times Midsummer Fair’s Sew, Grow, Eat festival. Gardening expert and Daily Telegraph columnist Helen Yemm, will be in the chair. Here she guides us through her tips on transplanting shrubs...

Foraging – Food for Free

Michael White, foraging expert and founder of Rural Courses, handpicks the tastiest wild treats and explains why it’s best to be selective...

Rooms Outside

Treat your garden as you would an interior, advises Jo Arnell...

Create a One-Stop Shop for Bees

Take a leaf out of writer and gardener Alex Mitchell’s brand new book The Rurbanite and try your hand at one of her satisfying garden projects, which you can complete in under an hour...

Back to Basics

Sue Whigham dishes the dirt on soil...

Spring into Life!

Wake up your garden with tips from Jo Arnell...

Baring All

Jo Arnell goes on a quest for beautiful bark...

Pure Embellishment

Jo Arnell explains how to grow your own Christmas decorations

Colour Burst

Brighten the borders with Jo Arnell’s star specimens for winter colour...

The Room Outside

Wealden Times takes a trip al fresco to interview two Wealden residents (and outdoor enthusiasts) about their own special garden escapes...

Pick of the Crop

Sue Whigham looks into apple orchards and climate change...

Life Aquatic

Sue Whigham examines the history and inhabitants of our ponds...

Secret Garden

Sue Whigham explores the magical garden at Whitehurst in Chainhurst, open to the public in October as part of the NGS open gardens scheme...

Natural Selection

Lucy Fleming uncovers floral gems at Chelsea Flower Show...

Last of the Summer Salads

Jo Arnell makes her final harvest...

Luscious Leaves

Sue Whigham explores succulents...

Bee Inspired

Jane Howard introduces a beginner’s guide to bees and beekeeping...

Butterfly Borders

Jo Arnell plans a butterfly-friendly garden...

Swine Dining

Michael White extolls the benefits of rearing your own pigs...

Need for Seed

Jo Arnell ecplores vegetables to sow in May...

Keeping Chickens – Pets with a Purpose

Jo Arnell’s guide to hen keeping in the back garden...

Plotting to Grow Vegetables?

Jo Arnell runs through some beginners’ basics...

Florals with Morals

With an industry worth £2.2 billion in the UK alone, Penny Kemp looks into the origins of the flowers and plants that we have become so accustomed to buying in the shops...

Blaze of Glory

Sue Whigham chooses her top 10 perennials...

Get Involved

Inspire your children to garden with Dawn Isaac’s beautifully simple creative project...

Colour Burst

Sue Whigham uncovers vibrant floral treasures during a trip to the beautiful Hole Park in Rolvenden...

Pick & Mix

Jo Arnell’s ten best seeds to sow...

Kale and Hearty

Jo Arnell stresses the importance of eating your greens

Hedge Your Bets

Country man, Michael White, explains why tradition reigns supreme when it comes to creating and maintaining the perfect hedge...

Thinking Ahead…

Sue Whigham finds that when it comes to the garden, good preparation is key

Go Nuts!

Hedgerow forager Michael White signals the start of autumn with a trip to gather cobnuts...

Tender is the Veg

Jo Arnell harvests a delicious summer bounty...

Very Berry

Sue Whigham picks the best of the ornamental crop...

Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

Jo Arnell gets creative with the children in the garden this Christmas...

Pretty in Pink

Sue Whigham finds peonies being cultivated in the heart of the Weald...

Raising the Stakes

Sue Whigham boxes clever with raised beds ...

Roses are Blooming in Picardy

John Graham-Hart takes a look at Gardens to visit in France

A Courting Couple

The courtyard gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show this year were, as usual, incredibly popular with the public. Once the Show was in full swing it was hard to get near them to admire the sheer ingenuity, imagination and love...

Doddington Place Gardens

Sue Whigham visits this magnificent garden on the North Downs

The Glass is Greener

Sue Whigham advises on how to get the best out of your greenhouse

Come into the Garden

Forty years on and the much-loved Wealden charity Gardening for Disabled Trust is still helping people with disabilities to enjoy their gardens. Long-time committee member, Sue Whigham, goes back to their roots