Allan Armitage, well-known for his plant expertise and enthusiasm for all things horticultural, offers candid advice to uptight gardeners.
Garden Making issue No. 24 Garden Essentials wins 2016 Media Awards Silver Medal for magazines from GWA The Association for Garden Communications.
Hydrangeas are one of the easiest flowers to dry, and given their size, you need only a few to fill a table arrangement or decorate a wreath.
Beverly asks about impatiens plants due to the powder mildew issue that hit them a few years ago. Have the growers been able to develop a replacement?
Judith Adam is from the pack-and-cram school of gardening, but it’s time to start thinning perennials that are too jammed together.
There may be an organization near you eager to share the harvest or pick that fruit to distribute or sell in your community.
Plants are struggling to stand in the heat and wind. Watering suggestions. Caliente Hot Coral ivy geraniums show surprising heat resilience
Drenching rains can cause an early onset of mildew on phlox. These scented, long-blooming perennials are one of the backbones of summer gardens.
Suggestions of named cultivars (and available seeds) for nasturtiums that we don’t often see. current favourite is nastutium ‘Peach Melba’
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