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Clean-up and colour key components as colder weather arrives.
Special calluna varieties have buds that show colour but never fully open.
Baskets need lots of help to stay beautiful, says expert.
Eat lots and keep eating them because they are one of the best natural health foods we have.
They are one great garden plant, and two or three varieties in a garden will be a welcome addition.
Plant now for bountiful, homegrown produce you can enjoy for months.
Men don't always have to be on the receiving end of ties, tools and sports equipment. Rethink the Dad-plant thing this June 17.
Large number of varieties can be confusing for growers.
Living gifts on Mother's Day are sure to please – and are scientifically proven to be therapeutic.
Lawn villain thrives in areas of high rainfall, and it loves shady locations.
Pay tribute to the plant associated with St. Patrick's Day.
Something as simple as a bouquet of flowers can help to cheer someone up – a nice thought just before Valentine’s Day.
Pruning extends the health and life of all the trees in your garden.
These preventive sprays control overwintering insects, disease and fungus which create so many problems in the garden.
Of all the evergreens we use to decorate our gardens and homes during the Christmas season, holly is still the most popular.
Get lawns and gardens in shape as season progresses.
For a nicer look, try grouping the planters together and if you can, varying the heights.
The secret to having them look their best is colour blocking them together in groups.
With a little care you can select trees that provide a beautiful autumn display.
Hardy Hibiscus is a beautiful under-used flowering shrub.