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  1. Control pests like slugs and vine weevil with nematodes

    Control pests like slugs and vine weevil with nematodes

    Some pests make gardeners sigh deeply, swear loudly and tear their hair out because they cause such damage. They wipe out plants overnight and destroy crops. They destroy hard work... Read More
  2. The English daisy, Spanish daisy and marguerite are cheerful in the garden

    Apart from lawns (and that is a matter of taste), the daisy goes with practically everything. Everyone recognises their ray-like petals (actually individual ‘ray flowers’) arranged around a button-like centre... Read More
  3. Act now to control red spider mite in your conservatory or greenhouse

    Act now to control red spider mite in your conservatory or greenhouse

    The red spider mite is tiny and loves warm, dry conditions. Despite being so small, this annoying pest can badly damage the plants you keep in your conservatory, greenhouse or... Read More
  4. February half term: potato prints and a frame to focus garden attention

    February half term: potato prints and a frame to focus garden attention

    It’s half-term for many schools this week and a great opportunity to have a go at a springtime craft project! Here are a couple of ideas for a bit of... Read More
  5. Trim winter heather after flowering to keep it neat and bushy

    Trim winter heather after flowering to keep it neat and bushy

    Winter heather has been giving us a good amount of colour for a few months. Up and down the country, in beds and containers, it has been lifting gardens and... Read More
  6. Time to look after old perennials and to grow new ones from seed

    Herbaceous perennials will soon be starting to grow again as the days lengthen. It’s time to give your old favourites room to grow by tidying up. It could also be... Read More
  7. Mulching - how to suppress weeds and make lovely, warm, moist soil

    Mulching means putting down a nice thick blanket of compost or other material on top of the soil in spring or autumn. It’s great at keeping weeds down. It keeps... Read More
  8. Set the timer and do a little tidying up in the garden

    Set the timer and do a little tidying up in the garden

    Set the timer and spend some time tidying up in the garden this winter. Most gardens I see, and that includes mine, could do with a little tidying up at... Read More
  9. Don’t leave plant house guests shivering behind the curtains!

    Don’t leave plant house guests shivering behind the curtains!

    Plants that cannot stand the cold and wet should be inside now, as house guests, in the greenhouse or, at the very least, under cover. The mild weather many of... Read More
  10. 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
  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. Plant garlic in November for a summer harvest

    Plant garlic in November for a summer harvest

    Garlic is an essential part of many people’s cooking and it’s very easy to grow. Why not give it a try? Using your own ingredients feels so good as you... Read More

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