Currant affairs thrill Tom Coward.
Alan Titchmarsh recommends bright eyes for borders.
Alan Titchmarsh on the joys of having a mound in his garden.
Tom Coward suggests lofty spires to inspire.
These bearded beauties are worth the effort.
Alan Titchmarsh couldn't have a garden without peonies.
Mark Griffiths charts the lasting allure of the lady's slipper.
Charles Quest-Ritson needs no excuse to plant as many lilacs as possible.
Garden pinks? The more the merrier, says Tom Coward.
Scoring on home turf.
Alan Titchmarsh makes a lake.
Troy Scott Smith stakes out the Cottage Garden
Botanical artist and Fritillaria specialist Laurence Hill reveals his top tips.
David Wheeler explores the abundant flora of Cyprus.
And they called it poppy love.
Alan Titchmarsh tackles the thorny issue of pruning roses.
Everything's all white in the garden for Troy Scott Smith.
Alan Titchmarsh talks about the wonders of hedges.
Sarah Wain, Gardens Supervisor at West Dean Gardens shows us how to ensure pristine pots in the garden.
Tom Coward explains how to grow this magnificent root vegetable.