It is important to understand the role of colour, space and ornaments in your garden, writes Kay Montgomery.
This book will get you loving your patch of earth, writes Allison MacDonald.
The first week in August is the height of the camellia flowering season, writes Kay Montgomery.
Winter is a great time for thinking about brightening up the garden with flowering pelargoniums, writes Melanie Walker.
Leaves are jam-packed with trace minerals that will benefit your soil, writes Melanie Walker.
Fynbos restios are now a landscape designer's favourite in Cape gardens, writes Kay Montgomery.
South Africa's indigenous plants grow merrily in the Scilly Isles off Cornwall, writes Vivien Horler.
You can create atmosphere in your outdoor space with clever lighting and luminescent plants.
Horticultural expertise, of course, is a requirement, but so is the ability to manage people - and pests.
Two in five of us confess to spying on the efforts of our green-fingered neighbours.
Let your imagination run free with colourful plants, writes Kay Montgomery.
Do you fancy a bit of Wimbledon in your own back garden? The All England Club has finally disclosed how to do it.
When planted in the right concentration, yellow flowers brighten even the darkest places.
Mid-winter is a great time to take a long and hard look at your indoor plants, writes Kay Montgomery.
They are pretty to look at and lovely to smell. But many of our favourite garden plants are deadly to our pets.