Why buy your Christmas tree when you can grow your own and enjoy these handsome, statuesque trees all year round? Alan Titchmarsh offers his tips.
Our columnist Alan Titchmarsh reflects on the ups and downs of Autumn gardening, where this rag bag of a season occasionally gives us reasons to be joyous.
At this time of year, most of our gardens have long since said goodbye to their most vibrant colours – but it doesn't have to be that way, as Alan Titchmarsh…
Alan Tichmarsh explains how the Sissinghurst gardens inspired him to update his own.
Alan Titchmarsh has always loved coastal gardens, but it wasn't until he ended up with his own a few years ago that he truly appreciated the possibilities.
Alan Titchmarsh gives advice for growing this most glorious of horticultural spectacles.
Writer and broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh talks through the highs and lows of the freezing conditions into which Britain was plunged a few weeks ago.
Alan Titchmarsh had resigned himself to a life without rhododendrons – but now that's all about to change, courtesy of his daughter.
Alan Titchmarsh recommends an import from Down Under which is capable of making a remarkable splash in a British winter garden.
Who wants a draughty old Greek temple when you could enjoy a cosy cabin, complete with barbecue? Alan Titchmarsh reveals his preparations for an Arctic winter.
Gardener, broadcaster and writer Alan Titchmarsh often gets asked about whether he has passed his green fingers on down the generations. Here's his answer.
Alan Titchmarsh issues a plea to all of us that could beautify our environment and bring people together.
Alan Titchmarsh says that now is the time to clear out the weeds and keep your pond in top condition – and you can even get the grandchildren to help