Summer is just around the corner, and there’s lots to do to get the garden shipshape. Here are 10 jobs to get you started.
There are times when you think you’ve watered your plants adequately, but the moisture isn’t getting through. Other times, the plants didn’t really need a drink, or you watered at the wrong time. Here are some tips to get it right.
A Parisian-style ornamental birdcage or similar enclosure filled with plants makes a lovely decoration to add to your Christmas setting. Here’s how to plant one with an arrangement of succulents.
Clay soil tends to become waterlogged and compacted, making it difficult for fledgling plants to establish a good root system. With good soil management practices and a bit of work, you can improve heavy clay to create soil that’s a pleasure to garden with. Here’s how.
As roses, camellias, crabapples, grevilleas and a host of other flowering plants finish their spring flush, you may be wondering what should be pruned now and what should be left? Here’s a guide to when to prune common garden plants, and how hard.
There’s lots to do in the patch at this time of year. Here’s a list of jobs to do now.
If you love cooking with ginger, you really should grow some. It is easy to grow in pots and makes an attractive, tropical-looking container display up to 1m tall. Here’s how.