Get away from the digital world and regain your connection with nature by starting an allotment garden.
Summer can be a tough time for your lawn, so try these lawn care tips to bring your grass to life.
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Are you having problems growing your veg? This ‘troubleshoot your summer vegetable patch guide’ may help.
Creating a butterfly garden is a brilliant way to make your outside space more colourful, and can help the butterfly population thrive.
Grow herbs in containers to kickstart your fragrant herb garden! Growing a herb garden is easy and a great introduction to gardening.
Encourage the kids away from their tablets and into the garden by making growing things fun and educational.
Ever wondered why some years you grow great crops and others poor?
Gardening by the moon may be the answer.
Improve the look of your garden and build raised flower beds.
They’re a great way to grow fabulous flowers.
Take the strain out of gardening and build raised vegetable beds.
You’ll grow fabulous crops and your back will love you for it!
Create your first vegetable patch and grow your own vegetables. Much tastier and more satisfying than shop-bought vegetables.
Grow Mother Nature’s very own medicine cabinet in your back garden with these 10 healing plants.
Add a pop of colour to your favourite summer dish with a vibrant array of beautiful edible flowers straight from your garden.
As the Chelsea Flower Show can’t go ahead, the RHS has created a directory so you can still buy plants online from award-winning suppliers.
Radishes are easy and quick to grow so it’s the perfect activity to do with the kids. Learn all about growing this vegetable.