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In The Garden

VALUABLE: A garden shed full of tools and plants

It isn't only your house that needs to be secure

Chrysanthemum flowers

Taking care of plants for colour through the summer

Outside spaces can be a great playground

Summer gardening fun to entertain the children

WATER: Don't let the wet summer make you complacent when it comes to watering your plants

Don't let plants suffer from thirst in hot spell

GOOD FOR YOU: Fresh thyme

Plants to help maintain wellbeing easy to grow

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Staff member Emma Pike in the rose garden at RHS Garden Wisley, where the roses are the best they have been for many years, due partly to good weather and a winter with no cold spells

Everything's coming up roses for us this year...

Several measures are available to tackle cats in the garden

Discover how to keep cats out of your garden

Gardening expert Frances Tophill

Give your new garden time to reveal its glories

Sweet peas growing in the garden summer

Glorious summer scents can engulf your garden

GIFT FOR DAD: Garden tools

Gifts a-plenty for dads who love their gardens

COLOUR: Sweet peas

Blooming British and beautiful

Choisya

Take cuttings and save a small fortune

Andy McIndoe

Plants that stand the test of time

The Hope in Vulnerability garden, designed by Matt Keightley for Sentebale, for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

We all want to go to Chelsea

A colourful garden can make a big impression on would-be house buyers

First impressions count

Keep vulnerable plants in the greenhouse until the night chills are over

Don’t let frost ruin your tender seedlings

Love your lawn

It's time to lavish some love on your lawn

There are about two million grey squirrels in the UK

How to thwart those pesky squirrels

Growing geraniums in tins

Ways to save time and money in the garden

Topiary at Disneyland Paris

Fairytales and flowers: the gardens of Disneyland Paris

61 Fountainhall Road, Edinburgh, opens under the National Gardens Scheme

An Easter parade of inspiring gardens

Garden designer Dan Pearson

Give your garden the rural touch

TV gardening expert James Wong

The Wong way to make crops tastier

Steel forks, fiskars.com

Wealth of gifts to grace Mother's day

Clive Nicholls offers online courses on garden photography

Create garden photographs you'll want to frame

The ideal potato crop is free from blight and pests

For potato growers, it's chitting time

Leafy vegetables and brightly coloured flowers make ideal bedfellows

Grow it like the Tudors

Darcey Bussell (Ausdecorum)

Roses aren't only for Valentine's Day

Snowdrops can form a spectacular show

Whiter than white

Chris Beardshaw

Weather is a challenge, says Chris Beardshaw

Goldfinches

Lend a hand to our feathered friends

Visitors on the woodland walk in winter at RHS Garden Harlow Carr

A beautiful way to walk off the season of excess

Poinsettia is a popular Christmas plant

Picking perfect poinsettias

Christmas Wreath

Use outdoor inspiration to provide Christmas decorations

Christmas trees being grown for John Lewis

Christmas comes early for trees

Stipa gigantica

Best of the Bunch: Stipa gigantea

A bee - to be encouraged

Meeting the bees' needs

Armchair gardener: Sloe Gin Kit, harrodhorticultual.com

A feast of festive gifts for gardeners

Trim your hedges now and save yourself a job in spring. Picture: PA Photo/thinkstockphotos.

Do what you can before winter descends

Firethorn (or Pyracantha)

Prickly customers can protect your garden

Thorp Perrow Arboretum. Picture:PA Photos/Joe Cornish

Autumn woodland colours can help us feel better

A compost bin in a garden

Waste not, want not

GREAT GEAR: Bosch ALS2500 leaf vacuum

Get right tools for the job and autumn will be a breeze

Sarah Raven’s Cutting Garden Journal (Frances Lincoln, £14.99)

Dig under the covers for inspiration

BE PREPARED: Television gardener Diarmuid Gavin

Steps that will pave the way for bountiful year

Best of the bunch: Physalis (Chinese Lantern)

Good enough to eat: Overwintering Onions

What to do this week?

Television gardener Diarmuid Gavin

Steps that will pave the way for bountiful year

WINTER HELP: Pollinators such as bees need help to survive the winter months

Get buzzing - do your bit to help pollinators

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