In this extract from Gardeners’ World, Monty Don describes two methods for planting young leeks in the veg plot. Using plants sown densely in deep pots, he weighs up whether to plant them out in small clumps or individually along the row. Watch now to discover the pros and cons of each option, then take your pick. Young leek plants should be readily available in garden centres if you haven’t sown any yourself.
This beautifully scented potted evergreen daphne, flowers non-stop from April through to October. A compact shrub, it is great for planting as a fragrant border edge, or perfect in pots in gardens with restricted space.
This pretty, compact Buddleja 'Buzz 3 in 1' is perfect for small gardens or pots. A colourful, wildlife-friendly shrub which has a profusion of flower spikes in indigo, ivory and pale pink throughout summer, only growing to a height of 1.2m.