In the first instalment of this two-part video from 2012, Carol Klein looks at some of the plants most loved by slugs and snails, such as hosta and Kirengeshoma palmata. She also recommends some plants to grow that they’re less fond of eating, such as hellebores. Find out more, now. Watch part two of How to choose slug-resistant plants
Visit four amazing gardens on a five-night cruise around the coast of Devon and Cornwall. Meet Carol at The Garden House and Wildside gardens, while our expert David Hurrion will be on hand throughout.
Brighten dark areas of your garden next spring with a collection of white-flowering, shade-loving plants. Includes false lily of the valley, geranium 'Silverwood' and sweet woodruff, plus free Leucojum vernum bulbs.