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This ‘tree hair’ houseplant is more closely related to a pineapple than a moss.
Natural born plant killer? Not with these new green-fingered start-ups helping novices grow their own veg
Sensitive but adaptable, here’s what you need to know about looking after a fiddle-leaf fig.
How Martha Krempel turned a Zone 2 ‘mud pit’ into a desert-inspired courtyard.
Creating an outdoor oasis doesn’t have to mean spending vast amounts of money. Here’s how to green up your space for less.
Put up with rain and winds, it’s time to do some potting. The secret is to choose the right kind of compost.
If your garden is less urban oasis and more plant sick bay, transform your home with a lick of paint and a bit of DIY know-how
Fast-growing, easy-care plants will reward you with a blaze of glorious colour by midsummer.
This gift of a plant is a non-negotiable for a tropical interior – just remember to keep things moist.
With his new home came a garden in a sorry state, but lockdown gave cartoonist Christian Adams the chance to embark on some landscape therapy
Got a shed load of creativity? You could win yourself £1,000
Found in everything from hand sanitiser to drinks, the Aloe vera is also a great windowsill plant.
If you are a serial houseplant killer, the snake plant could be the answer to all your prayers because it's almost indestructible.
Innovative designers and nursery bosses are leading the way to more environmentally-friendly gardening.
Here’s what to make room for in even the smallest of urban gardens.
Low-maintenance and easy to propagate, are spider plants the perfect houseplant?
Everything you need to know to make sure your monstera is thriving, not just surviving.
Urban growers don't need a garden to grow their own produce — a windowsill will do. Here are the best varieties to try.
Our bedrooms have to work harder than ever to be calm, peaceful spaces we can relax in at the end of a long day (still at home). Here's how to choose and style houseplants in your locked-down oasis.
Get through winter with a stylish garden packed with colourful perennials, grasses and elegant evergreens.
Internal courtyards, light wells and basement gardens can be transformed by simple, effective planting.
Daffodils may be lovely but there are bulbs out there to blow your socks off.
Is your lawn a paddling pool? Try these tricks to beat autumn and winter deluges.
Serve up herbs and ivy to bees and delicious aphids to birds and you'll enjoy a feast of flowers.
Grow fruit and vegetables on your doorstep — even the smallest container can hold a harvest.
Let plants heal those lockdown blues — Chelsea Physic Garden is among green open spaces in London welcoming the public again as restrictions on visitor attractions ease
Londoners are turning their front gardens into havens for a safe-distance drink with the neighbours.
Voting has now opened Chelsea’s Plant of the Year competition, while viewers can choose their Plant of the Decade in a people's choice vote.
The contestants must take on a series of knockout challenges which see them construct extraordinary couture-inspired floral fantasy frocks and giant insects sculpted from grasses
The Balcony Gardener's Isabelle Palmer reveals how to create a mini container garden — even in the smallest of spaces.
With Chelsea Flower Show 2020 scrapped in favour of a "virtual" event, go online to buy peak-condition plants, trees and shrubs grown for the event. You’ll be supporting struggling nurseries and growers through the coronavirus crisis
Thousands of plants grown for scrapped Chelsea Flower Show find new homes – brightening the lives of staff and patients at five London hospitals in a fragrant thank you to NHS coronavirus frontline workers
Sweet mini strawberries, juicy tomatoes, fragrant herbs, cut-and-come-again lettuce – Melanie McDonagh reveals what you need to raise a lockdown mini crop to be proud of, even if the only available space is a sunny windowsill or table top
While a lot of local nurseries have closed completely for the duration of the Covid-19 lockdown, some are delivering plants, seeds, pots and compost to your doorstep if you live nearby.
Garden designers are making their final preparations for the opening of this year's Chelsea Flower Show.