Gardening shouldn't be difficult but sometimes you need a little more advice to get the very best from your plants. Our In-depth Growing Guides provide detailed growing information to help you get the very best from your flower, fruit and vegetable plants.
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Happy in the garden border or in a container on the patio, clematis are easy to grow if you follow a few simple steps.
You can't beat home-grown potatoes! We tell you all you need to know to produce your own delicious crops.
Growing roses is easier than you might think - learn how to deal with the different types available.
From the largest allotment to the smallest balcony, strawberries can be grown almost anywhere!
Our step by step guide shows you how to give your trees or shrubs the best growing conditions possible.
Follow our guide to learn how to grow on your plug plants to give them the best possible start.
Follow our bulb planting guide to learn how to make a colourful display in your garden and patio containers.
Perennials will stay in your garden for a long time so it is important to prepare the site and plant them properly.
Whatever the size of your garden it’s very easy to grow your own fruit trees and plants, even on your patio or balcony.
Dahlia plants are easy to grow, giving you late summer colour when many other plants are past their best.
Lilies add an exotic touch to your garden, often combined with a powerful sweet fragrance. Perfect for borders or containers! .
Blueberries are a delicious and healthy fruit and they're surprisingly easy to grow - why not learn how to grow them with this easy guide?
Pinching out the stem tips of your young bedding plants will encourage bushier growth and more flowers for you to enjoy.
Fertilisers are essential for successful plant growth - find out which one to choose for your plants using our easy guide.
Daffodils are a quintessential spring flower, a sign that longer days and warmer weather are on their way! Read our top ten growing tips here.