Get out and do some pruning, says Sue Whigham – but don’t be tricked into thinking the only way is up.

‘It’s the first day of March so beware with a hint of sweet spring in the air you might be tempted into thinking winter has ended only to be caught by Jack Frost, unaware’.

Pulmonaria

Snowdrops are always a welcome sight

Snowdrops are always a welcome sight

Primroses and wood anemones

Primroses and wood anemones

Pulmonaria in flower Above: A riot of early spring flowers

Pulmonaria in flower Above: A riot of early spring flowers

(Instant) Climbers

Sue Whigham explores a need for speed...

9-5 In Style

If you’ve made the decision to continue to work from home, why not invest in a beautiful outdoor space that will allow you to take control of your working life, maintain work/life balance and provide a gorgeous focal point in...

A Changing Climate

Jennifer Stuart-Smith takes a look at how gardeners are having to adapt to extreme weather conditions. Whether you are a farmer, fisherman or gardener, there’s little point battling Mother Nature. She always has the upper hand. So, rather than railing...