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10 best plants for wildlife

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
27 November 2014 at 15:31
To round up and celebrate my five years of blogging on gardenersworld.com, I thought I would come up with a list of my favourite plants for wildlife. Continue reading...

Wrapping up plants for winter

By Pippa Greenwood in Gardeners' musings
26 November 2014 at 09:05
It’s been a very long autumn – in a good way. It’s also been mild, which has meant the autumn colour was nothing like as good as usual. But then, very suddenly, we had a sharp drop in temperature. Continue reading...

Looking back

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
24 November 2014 at 07:17
...the team of bloggers at GW have certainly covered some ground over the years writing about topical subjects, sharing stories and insights, highlighting fashions and trends. Continue reading...

Using nettles in the kitchen

By Kate Bradbury in Plants
21 November 2014 at 07:12
I’m not a fan of autumn so signs of spring are very welcome, and a hearty nettle soup is just the tonic for winter blues. Continue reading...


By Richard Jones in Wildlife
19 November 2014 at 08:30
...for most of humanity now, ‘wildlife’ does not mean Serengeti wildebeest migration, or ocelots in the rainforest ... it means garden wildlife. Continue reading...

Trees for small gardens revisited

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
17 November 2014 at 16:45
I am very proud of the fact that I wrote what I believe may be the most read gardenersworld.com blog. It was about trees for small gardens... Continue reading...

Collecting animal skulls

By Kate Bradbury in Gardeners' musings
14 November 2014 at 11:19
I seem to have developed an interest in bones. Not for purposes of enriching the soil or anything to do with biodynamic growing practices; I just like them. Continue reading...

Diseased ladybirds

By Pippa Greenwood in Wildlife
13 November 2014 at 10:32
A fungal disease is attacking ladybirds, and researchers want to know more about it. Infected ladybirds show yellow finger-like projections on their surface – have you seen any like this? Continue reading...
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Digging beds and borders

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
10 November 2014 at 11:46
I’m a fan of feeding the soil rather than the plants, and I regularly sow green manure crops in empty spaces to make the most of this homegrown resource for improving my soil. Continue reading...

Lambs' ears and woolly bees

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
07 November 2014 at 09:41
Stachys byzantina is named after its velvety, blue-green leaves, said to resemble lambs' ears. But of course I'm not growing them for how they'll look. Continue reading...
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