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Chard White-stemmed forms tend to be hardier than their red counterparts, so expect the latter to turn to mush in harsh frosts (but if you're lucky they'll re-sprout a crop of new leaves in spring before
Gardener Joe Swift is on a mission to rid us of the concrete drives that replaced Britain's front gardens The urban landscape is changing constantly and objects which were once part of life’s background
Anna Tyzack adds a sprinkling of Rosemary Livingstone's glamour to her Christmas decor, with style tips from the floral designer to the stars Don't, whatever you do, call Rosemary Livingstone a florist.
Gardening telly ain't what it used to be. Or so goes the argument that fizzes up every so often among gardeners - both in the flesh and on Twitter - about the state of Gardeners' World, and why gardening
The wreath is a tradition packed with symbolism; in classical times, they are said to have signalled victory, and now they are synonymous with joy and the welcoming of guests. According to The Happy Gardeners,
For the past few cold wet weeks I have been collecting and sowing Schefflera seed, a process that will continue right into the depths of winter. Umbrella trees, as Scheffleras are commonly known, come
Chocolate and peppermint, all dressed up for the season. Note: To create the candy cane pieces, I put my candy canes in a zip lock bag and pounded them with a rolling pin until they were in small shards.