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Born to rewild: why now is the perfect time to make your lawn an eco-paradise
19 HRS AGO - This spring, we’re in a collective moment of questioning priorities and trying new things – so why Expand
This crisis has changed our experience of home – and exposed the deep pain of poor housing | Suzanne Moore
3 DAYS AGO - Do you have a garden? Do you live on the 17th floor of a tower block or in a castle? Coronavirus Expand
In worrying times, there is nurture to be found in nature | Allan Jenkins
4 DAYS AGO - From tending seedlings to digging potatoes, gardening brings comfort and healingMy column for the Expand
31/03/2020 - Our rosters of brilliant gardening writers includes Carol Klein, Nick Bailey, Rob Smith, Medwyn Expand
If you have to self-isolate… then why not self-propagate, too
29/03/2020 - Three easy ways to clone your houseplantsFor those of us who have to self-isolate in the coming Expand
Gardening tips: plant pasqueflowers
28/03/2020 - Then invest in a Japanese gardening tool and prune winter shrubsPlant this The purple goblets of Expand
Turning crap into gold: why a composting habit will change your life
27/03/2020 - In the era of Covid-19, we’ve had to move away from bring-your-own containers and reusable coffee Expand
‘It's full of treats, like diving into a box of Quality Street’ — Garden News
27/03/2020 - Founder member of the Wildlife Gardening Forum (, Dr Steve Head spends his life Expand
How to grow blueberries | Alys Fowler
21/03/2020 - To enjoy a summer crop, the trick is in the soil, which should be acidic, porous and dampI cannot Expand
Country diary: a gang of outlaws roam the garden
22 HRS AGO - Wenlock Edge, Shropshire: The robin, bee-fly and other anarchic creatures enact their Wild West Expand
Country diary: winning the trust of a friendly robin
3 DAYS AGO - Dartmoor, Devon: Though one of our most approachable birds, it has taken months to persuade this Expand
Fresh veg hard to come by? Grow microgreens | Alys Fowler
5 DAYS AGO - Check your garden, path edges – even the back of your kitchen cupboard. Then get sprouting The Expand
Birds, buds and bright days: how spring can make us healthier and happier
29/03/2020 - Longer, lighter days can help us banish old habits, sleep better and improve our mental health, Expand
Brassica, lettuce and tear peas… inspiration from Sanlúcar
29/03/2020 - A trip to the sun yields plenty of ideas – but can I grow anything this good? Late February, Expand
Britons go on shopping spree to ease grind of Covid-19 confinement
28/03/2020 - Online trade booms as people stock up with jigsaw puzzles, crafts and gardening gearThe prospect Expand
Digested week: fear and loathing in coronavirus lockdown
27/03/2020 - It’s a strange time to be a sketch writer, when not much is funny, but small things still bring Expand
How to make spring flowers last long into summer
22/03/2020 - The appearance of spring flowers means it’s time to plant for early summer. Orchids and lilies are Expand
Gardening tips: plant wallflowers for a vivid display
21/03/2020 - Then invest in a collapsible cloche to keep pests off your veg and add compost to raised beds and Expand
Coronavirus gardening boom overwhelms seed suppliers in New Zealand and Australia
1 DAY AGO - Some gardeners appear to be stockpiling seeds or planting anything and everything out of panic, Expand
Gardening through lockdown? Go online and support our small growers | James Wong
4 DAYS AGO - Help keep independent plant suppliers afloat – and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of gardening in Expand
Krystyna Gaffney obituary
01/04/2020 - My aunt, Krystyna Gaffney, who has died of a brain aneurysm aged 64, worked in the examinations Expand
Earthly delights: gardening in a time of crisis
29/03/2020 - Gardens have been a lifelong comfort for Olivia Laing. In these uncertain times, she welcomes Expand
How to grow bugles | Alys Fowler
28/03/2020 - It’s a seriously good bee and butterfly plant that doesn’t mind poor soil, thrives in shade and Expand
Country diary: sit down and let the wildlife come to you
28/03/2020 - Welburn, North Yorkshire: You’d be surprised what turns up if you just settle a while in your own Expand
I'm keeping my plants healthy — Garden News
27/03/2020 - It can be tricky to keep a constant beady eye on every house and garden plant to see how it’s Expand
Early primroses come with memories of love and mothers
22/03/2020 - We’re past the equinox, a time to look ahead to new blooms, as well as back to treasured Expand

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