14 ideas that prove you can have a garden office even if your plot is small
We share 14 small garden office ideas that cram functionality, creativity and focus time into the tiniest of footprints.
When is the best time to repair your lawn – autumn or spring?
When’s the best time to repair your lawn? We examine a Gardeners’ World tip for reseeding in September and explain why we prefer to patch things up in springtime.
I’ve been a professional gardener for 30 years – here’s why I no longer dig my soil
For the last decade I’ve been practising the technique of ‘no-dig’ gardening. And I've seen the benefits. These are the reasons why I do it.
Food for free: how to properly forage for blackberries
Learn how to pick blackberries in the wild, with expert foraging tips on leaving enough food behind for wildlife and staying safe outside.
Did you know you might need planning permission to put up a shed?
Size, height and where you put it are just some of the factors that will determine whether you’ll need planning permission for a shed.
Moving house? How packing up your garden could cause legal issues
Want to know how to take plants with you when you move house? We’ve spoken to legal experts who have revealed a huge mistake people make, and how to avoid it.
These are the 10 best trees for small gardens
If you thought you didn’t have space in your garden for a tree, think again! Our best trees for small gardens offer character and colour.
8 shade-tolerant plants that prove there’s no need to be scared of the dark
Expert garden designers reveal the best shade-tolerant plants that will add interest, texture and colour to the darker spots on your property.
When and how to prune plum trees
Late summer is the perfect time to tend to fruit trees. Here’s exactly when and how to prune plum trees.
Want fuchsias for free? Find the perfect moment to take cuttings
Discover when to take fuchsia cuttings from tender and hardy plants, as there are differences between the two, so you can keep growing your favourite varieties for free.