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Gardening with children

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
I think it is generally an excellent thing to try and get children to grow stuff - if only so that they understand how plants behave. Continue reading...
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Guerrilla gardening and wildlife

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
Guerrilla gardening, the subject of a recent radio programme, is the act of gardening on public or private land without permission. Continue reading...
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Sowing seed indoors

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Once again it poured with rain at the weekend, so my heavy clay soil was too wet to be worked. Instead, I made for the greenhouse, to do a spot of cleaning. Continue reading...
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Plants for perfume

By Adam Pasco in Plants
Christmas is fast approaching, and perfume houses will soon be tempting us to buy fragrances for our nearest and dearest. Continue reading...
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Growing and eating apples

By Kate Bradbury in Grow & eat
Every autumn, Gardeners' World magazine Editor Adam Pasco and Deputy Editor Lucy Hall bring their surplus of home-grown apples into the office. Continue reading...
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Urban foxes

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
Looking out of the top bedroom window, I was admiring the reds, yellows and golds of the leaves when I spotted a ruddy brown bundle next to the ivy thicket. Continue reading...
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Growing herbs

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Plants
There are some people whose names are so easily connected with what they do that they don't need surnames, such as Madonna, Topol or Rasputin. Continue reading...
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Homes for wildlife

By Kate Bradbury in Wildlife
I've been trying to attract bumblebees to nest in my garden for years. My bumblebee nester has made a great home for spiders, but no bumblebees have ever displayed interest. Continue reading...
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Growing leeks

By Pippa Greenwood in Grow & eat
Most of my favourite crops have performed extremely well, with good yields of delicious, fat vegetables. But, I have to admit, the leeks have been very disappointing. Continue reading...
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Bedding plants

By Adam Pasco in Plants
More gardeners choose pansies and violas as their favourite bedding plant than any other flower. Continue reading...
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