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Ten gardening tips that will help you solve those small garden problems that drive you mad. Written for Spring, most will help you grow better year round.
10 Winter tips to help keep you warm and the garden in good shape until spring arrives to warm us up.
These three tool tips should help you keep your tools tidy and in first-class condition and save you a lot of time in the long run.
6 propagating tips for you. These quick tips should help you get more success when starting and bringing on new plants. All tried and tested by me.
This great tip for organically controlling aphids and using natural helpers against aphids was sent in by a reader. Get nature's army on your side to win.
Two tips to help all gardeners. Clubroot is an awful problem with no cure and we're often asked when it's OK to start planting in the spring.
Avoiding backache is one of my priorities. I suffer badly with sciatica and have found that following the rules of exercise, warming and cooling, is the way
We've all had birds eating our strawberries and problems getting caterpillars off cabbages. Easy ways to solve both these problems
Some great carrot growing tips sent in to us on growing carrots, harvesting carrots and an new method of controlling carrot fly that is mad enough to work!
This great tip for extending the usefulness of a cold frame shows how to make it as useful in the summer as the spring
Controlling Insects and Mosquitoes in Water Butts is incredibly easy with this organic method. Other methods cost lots more money and are less effective
Winter is the best time to help yourselves in the ongoing slug battle. Tidiness and good garden house-keeping can help at lot at this time of the year
This great tip for discouraging badgers shows how you can stop them destroying your plot - cheaply, legally and kindly
This great tip for organically growing courgettes on poor or sandy soil was sent in by a reader. It may well help with other greedy crops like squash.
Two great tips. The first involves molehills, which drive some gardeners mad. The second is how those who keep poultry can turn a waste product to use.
This tip for Providing Water for Drought Sensitive Plants makes best use of what water you may have available to keep your plants alive.
A glut of lettuce often results in waste and bolting, so a tip to stop that. The second tip is how to get one last season flush of runner beans
Winter tips for helping your brassicas in harsh, cold weather. How to cut Kale, save winter cabbage and stop frost damage to broccoli.
Growing fruit trees as a student is a fun-filled activity that you can enjoy, and the health benefits you get are priceless.