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Save money and space with Alex Mitchell's plan for growing food in one container all year round. Read more »
Mike Hedges, managing director of Chase Organics, the people behindThe Organic Gardening Catalogue, gives his tips on deterring spring pests. Read more »
This low-maintenance crop, also known as sunchoke or sunroot due to its pretty sunflower-style heads, offers smoky, knobbly roots that add a gourmet touch to soups and stews. Read more »
Build a mini-cairn Read more »
Kate Nicoll, senior gardener at the National Trust's Attingham Park in Shropshire, gives her top tips on cucumber success. Read more »
Once you've experienced the taste of fresh, sweet garden peas – straight from the pod – you'll never want to buy them from the supermarket again, and you can start them off now... Read more »
Improve your seasonal fruit and veg with James Wong... Read more »
It can be hard to inject colour into your garden in February, particularly if space is tight, so try this high-flying idea for pails of plants on an empty washing line. Read more »
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