This Week’s Features: It's time to start your bedding display and Plant up some flowering dogwoods.
Carol Klein gives her tips on how to get the best from hellebores.
Our Garden of the Week is a lush tropical garden in the heart of Birmingham.
The Garden News Team are sowing annuals for summer colour, taking camellia cuttings now and propagating vines.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Lynne Dibley shows how you can grow the best begonia for you.
This Week’s Features: Get the most from winter-flowering clematis and ten crops to start sowing now.
Carol Klein on the beauty of snowdrops.
Our Garden of the Week is a cultured blend of old and new - this sophisticated central London garden mixes traditional elements with modern style to create a relaxing green oasis.
The Garden News Team are performing basic mower maintenance, pruning wisteria and planting up winter herb pots.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Claire Austin gives us the best plants to edge a border and what needs to grow at the front in order to ensure an impressive display.
This Week’s Features: Start the new year with new plants for free and Plant the perfect midwinter pot.
Carol Klein explains how too much water can still be a planting paradise.
Our Garden of the Week is a garden created with wildlife in mind - a walled London garden with a wealth of birds, pollinators, foxes and a stream full of toads.
The Garden News Team are testing the garden soil to grow the best plants to suit your plot, clearing the way for emerging bulbs and pruning currant bushes.
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Nicholass shows us the new fuchsias for 2018, for top summer displays.
This Week’s Features: Why we need the cold weather to enjoy gardening success, Try worm composting this winter and Take on an allotment.
Carol Klein is ready to sit down with a good gardening book.
Our Garden of the Week is a garden on track - a relaxed planting style and a fully working steam model railway go hand in hand in this colourful Hertfordshire patch.
The Garden News Team are using up the Christmas leftovers, taking on new planting challenges and keeping on top of vegetable plot pests.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Sarah Rittershausen hows how you can care for your orchids and keep them looking good.
This Week’s Features: Our top 10 jobs to take on over the holiday season and Take a break and enjoy the Garden News festive quiz.
Carol Klein uses her garden to make decorations.
Our Garden of the Week is a perfect romance - Wyken Hall's country garden was conceived from a marriage between a designer with a sense of humour and a passionate plantsman.
The Garden News Team are brightening up the doorstep with potted bay standards, taking holly cuttings and renovating fruit trees.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Lynne Dibley chooses ferns that can tolerate less natural light during winter.
This Week’s Features: Tackle and transform those problem spots, Make a Christmas wreath and Feast your eyes on some spectacular hellebores.
Carol Klein is dreaming of summer colour.
Our Garden of the Week is a softly-structured Suffolk garden, which comes into its own under a layer of seasonal snow.
The Garden News Team are pruning deciduous trees and shrubs, collecting seeds from winter berries and taking goosebury cuttings for deciduous fruit.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Dave Gillam is taking stock of the year, looking back over your successes and failures and hoping for an even better dahlia season in 2018.
This Week’s Features: 10 ways to a wonderful winter garden, Easy windowsill orchids and Bare-root fruity beauties.
Carol Klein is spoiled for choice with her favourite glamorous, easy-care shrub roses.
Our Garden of the Week is crafted with artisan style. A classic case of less is more, Bunny Guinness’ easy-care country garden exudes effortless – and enviable – elegance and tranquillity.
The Garden News Team are making table decorations for Christmas, establishing a bare-root box hedge and taking root cuttings of mint.
Garden News Expert Contributor: John Peace shows us the best chrysanths for 2018!
This Week’s Features: Fabulous winter flowers, Work with willow and try something brand new!
Carol Klein is feeding the soil, a major job during late autumn, winter and early spring.
Our Garden of the Week is set in 20 acres of neglected woodland, which has given the gardener Fiona Edmond an excellent opportunity for colourful planting and stunning combinations.
The Garden News Team are choosing the best Christmas trees for their scent, colour and longevity, digging up and moving perennials, and caring for figs to protect them from the cold.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Claire Austin shows us the best peonies for their hardy, long-lived additions to any garden.
This Week’s Features: Your winter action plan and Baskets to brighten grey days.
Our Garden of the Week is a beautiful four-acre garden, combining thousands of grasses and herbaceous perennials. Renowned ‘grass guru’ Neil Lucas shows you how you can bring a more naturalistic feel to your garden.
Carol Klein shows you how to create single colour beds.
The Garden News Team are planting up some winter scent, growing tasty mushrooms and attending sprucing up some gardening tools ready for spring.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Ivor Mace shares his experience at the National Chrysanthemum Society 2017 Late Flowering Show.
This Week’s Features: Build a rock garden in three easy stages and Unusual flowering trees.
Carol Klein explains how to propagate your shrubs by layering.
Our Garden of the Week is an oasis of calm, a welcoming plot full of mature trees, shrubs and perennials that you just can’t help exploring.
The Garden News Team are planting some ornamental grass, growing onions indoors and giving some corm and tuber some care to ensure the blooms next year.
Garden News Expert Contributor: Lynne Dibley reveals tips on watering and trimming back excess growth for your houseplants, to keep them tip-top during the winter. Plus all your favourite columnists.
This Week’s Features: Plant roses that will keep on blooming and Indestructible Houseplants!
The Garden News Team are growing tasty windowsill greens, making garden repairs and taking cornus cuttings for new plants next spring.
Carol Klein leads the way with trees and why planting one is a step in the right direction
Our Garden of the Week is a pretty Scottish Border plot that has had over sixty years of devotion, transformed into a series of enchanting garden rooms by its octogenarian owner.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin reveals the best plants for wet soils, whilst Alasdair Glen shows some winter care for cactus. Plus all your favourite columnists.
This Week’s Features: Bright bark and stunning stems and tricks of the garden design trade.
Carol Klein waxes lyrical about magical leaf mould.
Our Garden of the Week is a lush oasis of towering tree ferns in an urban jungle.
The Garden News Team are giving houseplants some winter TLC, jazzing up doorsteps with pots and baskets of cheery colour and planting apple trees.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Dave Gillam preps dahlia tubers to get through the winter months. Plus all your favourite columnists.
The Garden News Team are investigating the easiest way to move shrubs, so the impact of transplantation is lessened, and growing nut trees to add crunch to your patch with sweet and tasty kernels.
This Week’s Features: Grow tulips with a difference, the best bright autumn beauties, and make the most of your greenhouse with our top 10 tips.
Carol Klein reveals her top bulbs to get in the ground now.
Our Garden of the Week is a lush tropical garden in Camberwell.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Lynne Dibley propagates unusual succulents for indoor interest over the winter and Michael Mitchell discusses autumn alpine care and makes preparations for next year.
This Week’s Features: Get gorgeous borders with herbaceous peonies, give birds an autumn feastand dazzle with variegation.
Carol Klein discusses why grasses bring life to a garden.
Our Garden of the Week is an exotic appeal close to the river Thames – a garden with its own microclimate designed to be looked at, not walked through.
The Garden News Team are protecting alpines from the elements, planting some new shrubs to increase structure and interest in the garden, and clearing away old plant material with a bonfire!
Garden News Expert Contributors: Trevor Fawcett shares his knowledge on gladioli, whilst Dave Kenny looks back on the blooms of this year and starts preparing for 2018. Plus all our regular columnists.
This Week’s Features: Plants to embrace the colours of autumn, enjoy a perennial masterclass and reap what you’ve sown with a mini guide to harvesting
Carol Klein is enjoying the colours that the new season brings
The Garden News Team are planting new currants and berries for sweet-tasting jams, making leaf moulds to enhance soils and plants, and discussing the top four essential autumn ‘housekeeping’ jobs
Our Garden of the Week is packed full of surprises around every corner – a two-acre Cornish garden, created with family and all sorts of wildlife in mind
Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin discusses achilleas to complement the garden and John Nicholass shares his recipe for a delicious preserve with fuchsia berries. Plus all our regular columnists.
The Garden News Team are potting up bulbs for winter, planting delicious rhubarb and taking hibiscus cuttings to pass on a little charm in time for Christmas!
This Week's Features: Sow super sweet peas now, it's time to get mulching and plant a mini cider orchard.
Carol Klein celebrates the joy of autumn's abundant crops.
Our Garden of the Week this week is a vast lawned area segregated into different sections, with surprises around every corner.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Neil Lucas delves into grasses for shady spots, whilst Graham Strong demonstrates how you can make your own autumn hot spots. Plus all our regular columnists.
The Garden News Team are propagating penstemons, building a potted bulb lasagne & harvesting Swiss chard.
This Week's Features: Climbers for every spot, easy steps to overwintering & fill the house with flowers.
Carol Klein is enjoying autumn’s blue haze.
Garden News Expert Contributors: It’s show time with John Peace & Ian Cooke has hardy exotics to survive winter. Plus, all our regular columnists.
Garden of the Week is a garden that dazzles all year where the owner aims to keep the colour coming right up until the first frosts.
Carol Klein is creating a jungle feel at Glebe Cottage this week.
This Week's Features: Grow your own mini meadow, make room for wallflowers & the spring bulb masterclass.
Our Garden of the Week is turning back time – beneath a jungle of weeds lay the bones of a fine garden in Leicestershire that the owner is restoring and developing.
The Garden News Team are giving their lawns some TLC, attacking pests on vulnerable plants planting herbs ready for a winter treat.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Johnny Walkers suggests some different varieties of daffodils to try and John Nicolass shines a light on orange fuchsias. Plus all our regular columnists.
Our Garden of the Week is a mini plot with lots to spot – every part of this exotic, lush green, Dorset paradise, created by a pair of Royal Academy artists, holds a surprise for visitors.
Carol Klein is shining in the shade and bringing sparkle to those tricky woodland areas.
The Garden News Team are planting out biennials, lifting Jerusalem artichokes and taking lavender cuttings.
This Week's Features: Plant colourful evergreens, start the ultimate fruit patch & the perfect plants for under trees.
Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin explains how to plant a year-round bee garden and Lynne Dibley suggest growing oxalis as a house plant. Plus all our regular columnists.