Gardening Magazine


  • Get That Wild Flower Look

    Bulbs can be naturalised in grass or in borders to make them look like wild flowers. The usual thing to do is to plant carpets of a single coloured daffodil or... Read more

    The 10 April 2016 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Transplanting Peas

    Transplanting Peas

    Very few of the peas I sowed out in one of my raised beds have germinated. I think I was perhaps a bit optimistic sowing them in February, even though it was... Read more

    The 11 April 2016 by   Mwillis
  • MiaFleur at Home- Customer Pictures

    The mainstay of MiaFleur is our love of interiors and gardens be they small suburban terraces, country cottages, palatial mansions and everything in between. Read more

    The 16 April 2016 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Nymans


    On the way back from our overnight stay in East Grinstead, we paid a visit to another very well-known National Trust garden - Nymans, near Hayward's Heath, in... Read more

    The 04 April 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Spring at Sissinghurst

    Spring Sissinghurst

    There’s much to be gained by visiting famous gardens early in the season before they get too busy. Although it means that not everywhere is bursting with blooms... Read more

    The 06 April 2016 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Garden Bloggers Bloom Day – April 2016

    Garden Bloggers Bloom April 2016

    Primula denticulataThe garden is sparkling with colour, lots of spots of colour much like an impressionist painting and I have to say that this is certainly my... Read more

    The 15 April 2016 by   Patientgardener
  • Cabbages and Leeks

    Cabbages Leeks

    My Cabbages have all been planted now.It's never going to be a massive crop - there are only 12 plants! However, with two each of six different varieties, the... Read more

    The 25 April 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Back to Basics

    Back Basics

    Pots of blue and lilac primulasI have a habit these days of trying to catch up with garden magazines over a cup of tea in bed on a Sunday morning. Read more

    The 17 April 2016 by   Patientgardener
  • Parsnips Make Their Appearance

    Parsnips Make Their Appearance

    This year I am growing two varieties of Parsnip - "Duchess" and "Tender and True". I very seldom grow only one variety of any crop, simply because I like to... Read more

    The 21 April 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Wild Garlic Pesto

    Wild Garlic Pesto

    In my garden I have a small (but spreading!) patch of Wild Garlic. It's now in its third year and big enough for me to feel justified in taking a small harvest... Read more

    The 23 April 2016 by   Mwillis


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