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...