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To mow or not to mow

Given all the hot weather recently, you may be looking out on a lawn that resembles coconut matting rather than grass, but in those areas where rain has been falling, the grass is growing as fast a...

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To mow or not to mow

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Prettiest Rose Competition Winners

Prettiest Rose Competition Winners
We are pleased to announce the winners of our Prettiest Rose Competition 20...

Quality or quantity

Quality or quantity
The "Dig for Victory" campaign during the 1940s saw people everywhere di...

2018 Prettiest Rose Competition

2018 Prettiest Rose Competition
Saturday is the start of The Sun Gardening 'National Rose Festival Week' an...

Leave the plants where they are

Leave the plants where they are
If they're being honest, most gardeners will admit to having pinched cuttin...




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Crocosmia (montbretia)

Crocosmia (montbretia)


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Gardening Science and Technology

Influencing plant growth with LED light

Plant growth can also be influenced by light. Dr. Dirk Ludolph from LVG Ahlem looks at the LED technology from which the horticultural sector expects results with regard to elongation growth, colourat...

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Influencing plant growth with LED light

Gardening Pests and Diseases

Outbreak of late blight in tomato crops

A recent outbreak of Phytophthora infestans, or late blight, in UK tomato crops is likely to be a new strain of the disease, as symptoms have been seen early in the season on young plants.

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Outbreak of late blight in tomato crops

How to garden: July projects


How to garden: How to take softwood cuttings

How to take softwood cuttings
Difficulty: 3 / 5
You'll need: Secateurs, rooting hormone powder, pot, compost, cover

How to garden: How to protect plants from heat

How to protect plants from heat
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Newspaper, Shading Paint, Brush, Watering Can, Horticultural Fleece or Netting

How to garden: How to water when on Holiday

How to water when on Holiday
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Tray, Plastic Bag, Watering Can, Spade

How to garden: How to take Begonia Cuttings

How to take Begonia Cuttings
Difficulty: 2 / 5
You'll need: Knife, Board, Pebbles, Pots, Cuttings Compost, Plastic Bag, Tie



School Gardening

Duchess of Cambridge Celebrates Ten Years of School Gardening

The Duchess of Cambridge visited green fingered youngsters at Robin Hood Primary School in Kingston Vale today to celebrate ten years of the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Campaign for School Gar...

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Duchess of Cambridge Celebrates Ten Years of School Gardening

Peter's Podcast

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Join Peter Seabrook as he shares all his experience and advice with you on a weekly basis in his new podcast series.

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