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Celebrate National Gardening Week

The 10th-16th April is National Gardening Week – the perfect excuse to get your kids interested in gardening and excited about spending time outdoors.


11 Ways To Use Garden Grow Bags

Grow bags are great for growing tomatoes, there’s no doubt about that – and that’s what many gardeners use them for. But you can use them for lots of other fruit and veg too.


How to: Grow beautiful roses

Fill your garden with an endless display of traditional roses, you can grow them throughout the year.


How to: Make the most of Growhouses

If you love nurturing young plants and growing from seed but you're running out of room, then growhouses are the perfect solution.


How to: Aerate a lawn

Want the perfect lawn? Guarantee beautiful results by improving drainage, getting rid of moss and top dressing - just follow our guide.


How to: 5 Top Trees for Small Spaces

Trees aren't just for vast gardens, here's our pick of the best 5 for smaller spaces.


How to: Sow seeds

Seeing a plant grow from a tiny seed is one of the most exciting things about gardening.


How to: Improve your soil

Soil is the most important thing in a garden, so it’s well worth giving yours a bit of TLC.


How to: Guide to Composting

Put your kitchen waste to good use with our simple guide to making your own compost.


Philip Harkness: A Masterpiece In Roses

Philip Harkness, Harkness Roses (a fifth generation rose breeder) introduces a stunning new, easy-care collection.


Levington®: History in the making

Now a household name with the UK’s gardeners, Levington® first made its mark with professionals and today it’s still a trailblazer. Here’s why…


The Blomfield Family: The Blooming Business Of Flowers

Ever wondered where all those lovely bedding plants come from? The chances are it’s this rather large greenhouse in Cumbria.


Alan Titchmarsh: A Spring In His Step

What does the evergreen Alan Titchmarsh, probably the UK’s most trusted garden expert, love most about this time of year?