This Week’s Features:
Build a wildlife pond
Autumn tool care
Hardy ferns for fab foliage
Carol Klein reveals her favourite anemone varieties, and how to grow them.
Our Garden of the Week is a densely-planted tropical garden in Nottinghamshire.
The Garden News Team are:
Planting spring bulbs for bees
Keeping baskets and pots going
Sorting the compost heap
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Peace covers the National Chrysanthemum Society’s Late Show, whilst Ian Cooke is preparing the exotic garden for winter.
This Week’s Features: Get ready for planting season, How to make your autumn veg plot even more productive and Growing Japanese acres for exceptional autumn colour.
Carol Klein explains why vivid dahlias are the stars of autumn.
Our Garden of the Week is a family-friendly, low-maintenance garden in South Yorkshire.
The Garden News Team are trimming conifers, sowing grass seed and pepping up their strawberry patch.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Johnny Walkers explains how you can plan for daffodils to last all spring long, whilst John Nicholass focuses on how to grow and maintain the fuchsia variety ‘Countess of Aberdeen’.
This Week’s Features: Gorgeous grasses to give your garden life and colour, Storing your garden gluts and Grow spectacular exotics.
Carol Klein on the glamour of crocosmia.
Our Garden of the Week is a colour-packed powerhouse - this beautifully designed town garden in Dorset has been transformed from a barren waste into a colourful oasis.
The Garden News Team are potting up hyacinths for Christmas, planting dazzling daffodils now and taking rosemary cuttings.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Claire Austin gives her top picks of the best irises, whilst Lynne Dibley explores the houseplants that will thrive in warm, humid bathrooms.
This Week’s Features: Perennials that will take the limelight now, Get bearded iris going and Easy seasonal seed saving.
Carol Klein on the lure of cosmos.
Our Garden of the Week is a glorious Dorset garden, which has transformed over six decades to become an all-season paradise.
The Garden News Team are assessing summer gardens, taking semi-ripe cuttings of evergreens and pruning summer raspberries.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Neil Lucas gives us his perfect pennisetums, whilst Dave Gillam is preparing dahlias for shows.
This Week’s Features: Grow the best dahlias for cut flowers, Get the windowbox wow factor and Your best 100 gardens revealed!
Carol Klein sings the praises of sensational sea hollies.
Our Garden of the Week is working side by side with nature. Near the 'city of dreaming spires' is an eco-friendly garden that achieves the ideal - a wealth of wildlife in a serene setting of colourful beauty.
The Garden News Team are giving essential chilli care, pruning and training wisteria and dealing with fungal infections.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Michael Mitchell is using super-spreading alpines for good ground cover, whilst Graham Strong picks the top sun-worshipping bedding plants.
This Week’s Features: Bulbs with a difference, Keep the flowers, foliage and fruit coming and Bring joy with Japanese anemones.
Carol Klein gives her pointers on making more salvias.
Our Garden of the Week is a living canvas of vibrant plants in the Yorkshire Dales that's tough enough to withstand the elements.
The Garden News Team are taking action now with vine weevil, planting perennials for late-summer colour and planting up citrus in pots.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Dave Kenny explains why hot weather suits roses, whilst Alasdair Glen is growing cacti and succulents for fragrance.
This Week’s Features: How to grow a beautiful butterfly garden, Squeeze plants into crevices and Grow gorgeous roses in pots.
Carol Klein on the loveliness that lilies bring.
Our Garden of the Week is a flower arranger's dream - from a windswept potato field, Sheila Clark has transformed her Nottinghamshire garden into a beautifully lush cut flower paradise.
The Garden News Team are planting a pot that bees will love, taking extra care when planting and pruning apples.
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Peace and Ivor Mace are getting chrysanths ready to exhibit, whilst Lynne Dibley is choosing cacti and succulents for a bright windowsill indoors.
This Week’s Features: Create a red-hot border, Spark interest with holiday projects for the kids and Add wow with super statement plants for pots.
Carol Klein goes crazy for delightful daisies!
Our Garden of the Week is a haven for wildlife in the Liverpool suburbs.
The Garden News Team are taking clematis cuttings now, preparing lawns for rain and starting more crops that can be harvested for the rest of the year.
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Nicholass on beautiful classic fuchsias, whilst Graham Strong picks out some early contenders for his bedding plant of the year.
This Week’s Features: Easy ways to pep up your plot, Bindweed: Beauty or Beast and Handsome hostas and expert tips on how to grow them.
Carol Klein explains how to think big for a small space.
Our Garden of the Week is a windy Pembrokeshire garden packed full of beautiful and interesting plants, with surprises around every corner.
The Garden News Team are helping summer garden wildlife, pruning early summer flowering shrubs and keeping up yields.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Dave Gillam on the 10-year-old boy that is taking the dahlia world by storm, whilst Dave Kenny shows how you can keep your roses blooming throughout the summer.
This Week’s Features: Drought-busting tips for lawns, Keep your veg patch producing and Benefits of 'no-dig' gardening.
Carol Klein on how gardeners can help butterflies to thrive.
Our Garden of the Week is a large garden in west Wales - when the owners moved, they transformed one area before moving onto the next.
The Garden News Team are making sure they are watering smart in the heat, lifting and dividing bearded iris and protecting crops from pests.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Ken Abel is cutting back pelargoniums, whilst Ian Cooke explains why arundo and pennisetum are the two must-have grasses with exotic plants.
This Week’s Features: Great choices for ground cover, Help roses bloom for longer and Make room for hydrangeas.
Carol Klein on why agapanthus are so amazing.
Our Garden of the Week is a beautiful plant-packed garden near Lulworth Cove in Dorset, set on a narrow, sloping plot that just seems to go on and on...
The Garden News Team are propagating houseplants, caring for greenhouse favourites and pruning stone fruit trees.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Claire Austin explores planting for fragrance, whilst Samuel Kennedy is maintaining begonias for maximum appeal.
This Week’s Features: Get perfect border structure, Sow Oriental vegetables now and GN turns 60! We look back at some of our highlights.
Carol Klein says it's time to freshen up your pots.
Our Garden of the Week is a challenging suburbia - tested by curious fox cubs, the dry London microclimate and simply having too many plants, the owner continues to battle on...
The Garden News Team are giving hedges a good trim, getting more short-lived perennials and doing battle with blight!
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Peace and Ivor Mace are getting ready for blooms, whilst Michael Mitchell explore summer colour.
This Week’s Features: Squeeze a lot into a tight spot, Summer lighting ideas and Make room for vibrant verbena.
Carol Klein on why roses are the nation's best bloom.
Our Garden of the Week is a compact, plant-packed garden in the heart of the capital, which blends foliage and texture with carefully chosen flowers.
The Garden News Team are filling gaps in borders, propagating pinks and labelling plants.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Ursula Cholmeley is keeping on top of weeding and watering to keep sweet peas looking good, whilst Graham Strong gives houseplants a holiday at home.
This Week’s Features: New ways with raised beds, It's not too late to sow for summer colour and We debunk some of gardening's old wives' tales.
Carol Klein picks out her favourite foxgloves.
Our Garden of the Week is a beautiful, small, London patch, which has been 'sculpted' into a cottage-style garden that has a slightly Bohemian feel to it.
The Garden News Team are taking softwood cuttings, propagating agave and planting some patio pot veg.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Michael Mitchell is making an alpine green roof, whilst Dave Kenny explores striped roses and the other varieties available.
This Week’s Features: Top tips to banish those garden eyesores, Nature's little helpers and How to create a garden that's picture perfect.
Carol Klein on why geraniums are a must-have plant for her.
Our Garden of the Week is an enchanting spot for artists, plant societies and garden lovers.
The Garden News Team are taking care of houseplants, caring for tomatoes and taking care of roses.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Claire Austin is adding height and elegance with perennials that carry flowers on spires and spikes, whilst Samuel Kennedy focuses on cane begonias and their flowering times.
This Week’s Features: Plant a Mediterranean garden, Craft ideas to brighten your plot and The beauty of begonias.
Carol Klein on why peonies are the short-lived stars of summer.
Our Garden of the Week is a sea of tranquility - this colourful cottage garden provides its owners with a relaxing escape from the stresses and strains of the day.
The Garden News Team are creating an upcycled alpine area, propagating streptocarpus and planting a bevy of beans.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Lynne Dibley is making watering easier with a home-made, low-cost self watering system, whilst Alasdair Glen explains why feeding and watering your cacti and succulents is important as they come into flower.
This Week’s Features: Inject some seasonal magic into your pots, Sort your summer seating and Help us find out which is Britain's favourite garden.
Carol Klein reviews this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
Our Garden of the Week has the right therapy! Gardening has become a joy again for a Parkinson's disease sufferer.
The Garden News Team are planting out sweet peas, pruning clematis and using nematodes on fruit and vegetables.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Ian Cooke is taking stock of his exotics, whilst John Nicholass is trying new fused varieties of fuchsias.
This Week’s Features: How to create a feast for all the senses, Create a thrifty, nifty path and Go crazy for cucurbits.
Carol Klein on why hawthorn blossom is a spring delight.
Our Garden of the Week was created on the site of former tennis courts and has been transformed by sectioning into lush, beautifully themed areas.
The Garden News Team are controlling weeds, planting new pond plants and planting shop-bought sweet potatoes.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Now the weather has warmed up, Dave Kenny is in the rose garden, whilst Dave Gillam is growing dahlias for great garden colour.
This Week’s Features: The classic Chelsea plants, Peonies fit for a princess and How to bring Chelsea style to your garden.
Carol Klein on why she always plants frothy umbels.
Our Garden of the Week is a stylish 'shop window' - when you see a plant you love in this tasteful, Continental-style, West Yorkshire garden and nursery, you can probably buy it too!
The Garden News Team are planting plugs of wildflowers, dividing and propagating polyanthus and setting up codling moth traps.
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Peace and Ivor Mace are looking at early and late flowering chrysanths, whilst Michael Mitchell focuses on alpines in your rock garden.
This Week’s Features: Your guide to growing perfect sweet peas, top tips for topiary and Pep up your herb garden with tender annuals.
Carol Klein on how to add drama with spikes and spires.
Our Garden of the Week appears to be gloriously uncontained but has been carefully planned to create a magical feel that's enjoyed every season.
The Garden News Team are supporting climbers, filling shady areas and planting herbs for summer barbecues.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Lynne Dibley displays plants for a cool, shaded area, whilst Ken Abel provides shade for pelargoniums.