From Seed To Plant
Find your plant
Find out which plants we recommend for your garden by month.
Find out which houseplants are suited to each room in your home and how to care for them.
Make this the year that your containers and hanging baskets are the best in the street by getting ahead of the game and starting now with young plants.
Get to know the humble spud and all the different potato varieties, including what makes the best mash, in our handy guide.
Follow our easy how to guide and wait for a colour riot.
Planting bulbs is an easy way to ensure colourful displays in your garden.
Sunflowers are the perfect plants for all the family to grow.
Check out part two of our sunflower series for the next steps.
Seeing a plant grow from a tiny seed is one of the most exciting things about gardening.
Perennial plants are stalwarts of the garden. Returning every year they provide great value for money and everlasting interest.
Climbing plants deserve a place in any garden. They create interest above ground level, making use of every inch of space.
Buxus is a versatile plant that’s useful in any garden. Find out how you can incorporate it into your garden.
Little beats the exotic extravagance of amaryllis – their beautiful blooms make a bold statement and create a real focal point in any room.
Pack a punch and layer your bulbs now for a beautiful arrangement.
Just because you're short on space doesn't mean you can't enjoy the perks of gardening. We've come up with some clever, yet eye-catching ways to make the most of your space.
Just like humans, plants need food and water to survive.
It’s easy to force hyacinths and narcissus to bloom early so you can display them indoors in time for Christmas.
Keep things bright and beautiful this winter with our colourful gardening tips.
Our handy infograph shows you how to protect fragile plants this winter
Early May is a great time to plant stunning summer flowering bulbs such as lilies and gladioli.
Looking for new ideas for your garden at this time of year? Then join us in-store over the weekend to ask an expert.