What’s the buzz about gooseberries?
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Vicki Cooke, former Kitchen Garden Keeper at Hampton Court Palace explores the sweet and the sharp of gooseberries ..read more
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Great windowsill herbs
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If you are starting out in gardening, or just want to extend your growing range to the windowsill or window box, herbs are a great place to start says Jean Vernon ..read more
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How can I create a beach garden?
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If you dream of having a summer seaside garden? Take some advice from an award-winning garden designer who lives and gardens next to the sea ..read more
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What is companion planting?
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Some plants offer additional benefits when grown in close proximity with others. Jean Vernon explores ..read more
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Popular summer cakes
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Geoff Stonebanks shares his favourite recipes that his visitors just love, including spinach and pine nut muffins and lime and polenta cake ..read more
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Five reasons to grow lavender
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Every garden should have a clump of lavender says Jean Vernon, and here’s why ..read more
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Deep fried courgette flowers in beer batter
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Courgette flowers are edible and delicious. Make them the centre piece of your summer lunch menu with this recipe from cookery writer Max Clark ..read more
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Growing for scent
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Gardens don’t just look fabulous they smell amazing too. Jean Vernon explores how to add scent and perfume to your garden ..read more
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Leafcutter bee
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Leafcutter bees may leave unsightly holes in leaves as they cut small semi-circles to seal in their eggs; but these excellent pollinators are a true gardener’s friend ..read more
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Five great summer herbs
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Jean Vernon’s guide to five perfect herbs to grow this summer ..read more
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