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  1. Variegated leaves lighten dark days

    Variegated leaves lighten dark days

    On dark, gloomy days variegated plants can leap out and lift your spirits. Let’s have a look at them. Variegated plants are those whose individual leaves have more than one... Read More
  2. Baked camembert with walnut truffle crostini, baked plums and chestnuts

    Baked camembert with walnut truffle crostini, baked plums and chestnuts

    A baked camembert is a glorious winter treat, and could not be simpler, but if you have never made it before then the process can be shadowed with doubt. In... Read More
  3. Pest alert: just get rid of them this winter

    Pest alert: just get rid of them this winter

    It’s a pest! We give some pointers to getting rid of snails, mice, rats and winter moth caterpillars over the winter. We’re all keen to get in out of the... Read More
  4. Does a corner sofa really have special powers?

    Does a corner sofa really have special powers?

    A corner sofa is a comfortable place to sit, that’s true, but it also brings people together to talk in a relaxed way. It does this because you're sharing a... Read More
  5. 7 simple super ways with a festive rattan plant pot

    7 simple super ways with a festive rattan plant pot

    A rattan plant pot could make your winter holidays a great deal easier! Don’t just use them for houseplants or plants out on the terrace or patio. Decorate them with... Read More
  6. Willow screens, arbour, arch or den: grow your own!

    Willow screens, arbour, arch or den: grow your own!

    Willow screens and garden features have grown (excuse the pun) in popularity as everyone finds out how lovely they look, and that they are not difficult to create. If you... Read More
  7. Dahlia – act now to keep them through the winter

    Dahlia – act now to keep them through the winter

    Dahlia are fantastic plants for late summer colour and sheer exuberance. They may be too colourful for some tastes but the stunning colours and shapes of their flowers simply make me... Read More
  8. Protecting plants from winter’s cold, wet weather

    Protecting plants from winter’s cold, wet weather

    Protecting plants which are young or tender against the cold and wet of winter will make the most of your hard work through the year.  Read about the easy steps... Read More
  9. Get outside with a rug and patio heater

    Get outside with a rug and patio heater

    Although we’ve had one or two frosts, this autumn has been remarkably mild. Roses are still in bloom in many places and, amazingly, sweet peas are in flower in some... Read More
  10. 9 tips for winter-proofing your conservatory

    9 tips for winter-proofing your conservatory

    There’s no doubt about it, autumn is moving on fast and soon we’ll be into winter. It’s time for winter-proofing your conservatory so you can enjoy and make use of... Read More
  11. Plant tulips and hyacinths for spring colour

    Plant tulips and hyacinths for spring colour

    Now is the time to plant hyacinths and tulips so you can enjoy their flowers in your garden in springtime. Tulip 'Angelique'. © Sakurai Midori and reused under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ How... Read More
  12. Butternut soup with crispy bacon and maple toast

    Butternut soup with crispy bacon and maple toast

    A simple butternut soup recipe, with a crispy bacon garnish and buttered granary toast on the side. With the soup kept deliberately savoury, the maple syrup on the toast brings... Read More

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