Gardening Magazine


  • A Dark Dahlia Late Summer Wedding

    Photo courtesy of MartinCartwright A dark, almost mahogany Rip City dahlia drew excited squeaks of delight from a passer by at Stirchley Community Market, one... Read more

    7 hours, 45 minutes ago by   Tuckshopgardener
  • Sticky Geranium – Geranium Viscosissimum

    Sticky Geranium © 2012 Patty Hankins Sticky Geranium – Geranium viscosissimum – is one of the wonderful wildflowers I discovered at Glacier National Park a few... Read more

    8 hours, 49 minutes ago by   Pattyhankins
  • Water Garden Inspiration

    I visited a garden center the other day that had a very humble water garden–just 4 x 4 timbers stacked into a large box, basically, and lined with EPDM rubber.... Read more

    9 hours, 24 minutes ago by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Cabbage Whitefly

    From a distance, my six Brussels sprout plants look really good. My anti-butterfly nets were very effective.However, all is not well. They are infested with... Read more

    9 hours, 25 minutes ago by   Mwillis
  • Lagerstroemia ‘Tuscarora’

    (28/09/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period: Late summer to early autumnSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 6mEventual Spread:... Read more

    13 hours ago by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Baby It's Cold Outside

    The weather! Oh my what a past couple of days; the tail end of an ex-hurricane is more than enough for this girl. It's really starting to feel like the dreaded... Read more

    21 hours, 19 minutes ago by   Chrryblossomtat2
  • Tiny Tots

    All sorts of spring flowers in our garden are coming out right on schedule, and the tiny ones Pammy and I have been looking closely to spot have finally made... Read more

    The 23 October 2014 by   Gardenamateur
  • New B&Q easyGrow Bedding Plants

    Ooh time to oust the summer bedding and plant up those autumn pots for lovely autumn colour and interest – made much more enjoyable with the mild weather of... Read more

    The 23 October 2014 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Win A Copy Of ‘RHS The Garden Anthology’

    Here’s an October book giveaway.This is what publisher, Frances Lincoln, has to say about ‘The Garden Anthology‘.‘RHS The Garden Anthology’ presents more than... Read more

    The 23 October 2014 by   David Marsden
  • Bugs and Bees

    My allotment plot and garden welcome many species of beneficial wildlife, such as hoverflies, lacewings, bees, ladybirds, butterflies (yes, butterflies are... Read more

    The 23 October 2014 by   The Garden Smallholder