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April a month devoted to odd jobs and planting
Strawberry fields forever
Getting brassicas in the ground now will pay off in the cooler months
Grasshoppers declare war
With the humid weather and the rain come the bugs and the weeds
Now or never to get ready for planting months
Hobby gardeners, back to work!
January gardening in facts and figures
How do you create a cactus garden? Carefully.
The things you can do in a bath tub
Move mower up a notch to reduce grass sunburn
The magic that rain is bringing to our gardens
The must-have plant for Indian cooking
Sweetcorn, a mate for life
Garden dries up in December? Not if you’re doing it right.
Watch out for ants running up and down your citrus trees
Sweetcorn from your garden beats nutrient value from the supermarket
Your plants and the sun
Lawns for emperors and for enthusiasts
A brief glimpse into an integrated approach to gardening
A golden gem that doesn’t need much care
The bee or not to be
Any plant, any garden: October is the month
Asparagus a perennial crop that will last for years
Beware of aphids: Zap them now
Cucumbers can ease your hangover and smooth your wrinkles
September is when your garden needs you most
Geoff Miers: Best time to plant citrus
Time is right to plant tomatoes: Geoff Miers
Growing desert peas and ptilotus in nature’s way
Now starts the busiest time of the year in the garden