Our panel of experts includes, among others, writer and broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh and Charles Quest-Ritson, author of the RHS Encyclopedia of Roses. Here are their most popular gardening tips of the year.
The box moth, Cydalima perspectalis, and its caterpillars quickly destroy box plants. Here’s how to combat these pests.
From apples to strawberries, here’s when the fruits in your garden will be ready to pick.
Results aren’t guaranteed, exactly, but Alan Titchmarsh’s guide makes them very, very likely.
Why buy your Christmas tree when you can grow your own and enjoy these handsome, statuesque trees all year round?
Pulling up entire salad plants seems like madness once you’ve moved on to ‘cut and grow again’ as Mark Diacono explained.
Curious Questions: Why do leaves change colour in Autumn? And why do some go yellow while others are red, purple or brown?
Nature has few rites of passage more impressive than autumn colour. Mark Griffiths explains how it happens.
Alan Titchmarsh: ‘Why on earth haven’t I done this before? There’s an extra spring in my garden’s step’
A visit to Sissinghurst showed Alan Titchmarsh some tricks he’s been missing for years – here’s what he learned.
Mark Griffiths explained how Japanese knotweed took hold in Britain thanks to Victorian gardeners with the best intentions – and tackled the question of how to get rid of it.
At the start of the year we asked our experts for advice on common conundrums – here’s what they came up with.
Ultimate guide to growing roses: What to plant, where to plant it, and why you really don’t need to prune
Roses are among the easiest of plants to grow and perhaps the most rewarding – and all the more so when you have the brilliant Charles Quest-Ritson as your guide.
Non Morris discovers that experimentation, environmentalism and numerous dramatic flourishes invigorate this unusual Devonshire garden at every turn.
Non Morris is intrigued by the close attention to detail that has produced a new Cumbrian garden of great style
Non Morris is enchanted to learn about the twice-over extraordinary restoration of an Anglesey garden by its owner, who ‘fell
George Plumptre is won over by a sympathetic and highly individual design that gradually reveals its string of secrets.
George Plumptre enjoys the grounds of a Tudor farmhouse that was the former home of Lord Baden-Powell. Photographs by Clive
This book on Lancelot 'Capability' Brown by the greatest living expert on his work is like nothing else – but it
Nymans Garden in West Sussex is one of Britain's great horticultural wonders, and with its relatively-new head gardener – only