12 plants that add COLOUR-POW to your garden in winter

If your garden doesn’t look something like the above right now, it’s time to act! Plan now to add a little sparkle

Pot’s growing on in January: Planning for summer, sowing sweet peas, Eucalyptus gall wasp and houseplant love

After an incredibly busy end to 2017 when all thought of our garden went up the chimney with Father Christmas, my mind is now

Pot’s Growing On: Waking from hibernation

Our garden is into its fourth year now and I’m continuing to play around with things, add new plants and the colour

Happy New Year from Littlebury Road

The short period in between Christmas and New Year is something to be treasured. All of London is empty of people; e

December: Hellebores, cat grass, sweet peas, ferns and shooting alliums

It’s almost Christmas so I’m crazy busy wrapping up work, getting ready for the family arriving and trying to revi

Pot’s Growing On in January: indoor plants, seed catalogues and preparation

January is the time to get organised, wash pots carefully to kill nasties, enjoy browsing the many glossy seed and plant catal


MASSIVE tidy up this weekend! The building work is almost finished and for the first time since spring I could sweep up and c

Littlebury Gardens in January

I’m not sure how but it’s almost the end of January! The weather has been very mild this winter and a few plants

Sky Garden at the Walkie Talkie, London

“It’s like being at Kew Gardens in the sky!” exclaimed one visitor – I’d liked to have responded

Clapham Garden (Part 2: Moving A Cordyline Australis)

Two very Clapham features of our Clapham garden are two Cordyline australis trees (originating from New Zealand). The green on