Pelargonium seeds can be sown now. Discover six stunning varieties...

Six of the best pelargoniums to grow

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Sowing seeds early? Boost your success rate with these handy tips...

Tips for sowing seeds early

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Short of time but want to grow your own veg? Here are four easy-care crops to try: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Four easy-care vegetables to grow

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Want to start a vegetable patch this year? Here’s how: [ Bit.ly Link ]

How to start a new vegetable patch

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Discover 10 seeds you can sow in January, including flowers, veg and culinary herbs...

10 seeds to sow in January

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Pruning a newly-planted shrub is known as formative pruning, as it directs its future shape. Here’s how to do it.

How to formatively prune a deciduous shrub

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Now's the time to sow sweet peas. In this feature, we recommend 10 beautiful and fragrant varieties.

10 beautiful sweet peas to grow

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Save money by growing your own bird food. Discover seven planting ideas.

How to grow your own bird food

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In this video, David Hurrion shows you how to prune a spring-flowering shrub, to help control size and promote flowering.

How to prune spring-flowering shrubs

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One of the best ways to recycle kitchen waste is to create a wormery. Find out how to make your own: [ Bit.ly Link ]

How to set up a wormery

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Start strawberries under cover in January, and you’ll be rewarded with an early crop from May. Here’s how: bit.ly/gw-early-strawberries

How to grow early strawberries

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Discover 10 seeds you can sow in January, including flowers, veg and culinary herbs: [ Bit.ly Link ]

10 seeds to sow in January

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Dry, sandy soil needn’t be a problem if you choose your plants wisely. Here are six suggestions: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Six plants for light and stony soil

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Watch Monty’s advice on planting a bare-root tree, including tips on planting depth, staking and mulching...

Monty Don: How to plant a bare-root tree

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Create your own home-made cloche, with the help of our simple guide: [ Bit.ly Link ]

How to make a cloche for seeds

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Digging your soil, and incorporating organic matter, helps to improve its quality. Get to work this winter: [ Bit.ly Link ]

How to dig beds in winter

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Rooting houseplant cuttings in water is a free and effective way of propagating your plants. Follow our guide: [ Bit.ly Link ]

How to take cuttings from houseplants

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In this video, Alan Titchmarsh explains how to choose the right secateurs, with advice on the various types available...

Alan Titchmarsh: How to choose secateurs

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Create this container display of sundews, pitchers and flytraps in five easy steps...

Step-by-step: Carnivorous plant pot display

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