Gardens

Little and often: Growing fresh greens

A pint sized plot can still give you plenty of fresh greens, says Jane Moore  I’m a girl who likes to eat my greens as well as grow them and I’ve grown ...

The best laid plans

Jane Moore starts the gardening year as she means to go on I always find February a good month in which to take stock and plan ahead. After the Christmas sea...

The new romantics

Pretty pastel roses and sweet peas, soft grasses and old English hedgerow favourites – Jane Moore sets her gardening style predictions for the year ahead W...

A natural Christmas

Jane Moore takes a closer look at traditional Christmas greenery Christmas is all about tradition, those age old rituals and customs that take you right back...

The grass is singing

Make your garden soft and gentle as we slip into autumn says Jane Moore Misty mornings are the mark of October – it’s all dewy footsteps on the lawn and ...

As seen on TV

Jane Moore sets out on her first stint as a BBC Gardeners’ World presenter to visit some small city gardens which will inspire others who have tiny spaces bu...

Judgement days: Bath in Bloom

 Jane Moore spends a day hobnobbing with the Mayor of Bath and judging Bath in Bloom entries Last month saw the Hampton Court Flower Show take centre stage,...

Feeling the heat

A little hothouse space makes your garden bigger and means you can grow some tropical lovelies, says Jane Moore... There is nothing like a little bit of glas...

Tulips: SIMPLY BULBALICIOUS

Now is a good time to plan the spring show for next year’s dazzling display of colour, says gardening writer Jane Moore... Regular readers will recognise t...

EAT, COOK AND PLOT

Jane Moore is fired up with culinary fever by a book of recipes inspired by what can be grown on an allotment in Bath There are far worse ways to spend a drizz...

BANISH THE WINTER BLUES

Jane Moore’s guide to starting out the new year with gusto in the garden Regular readers will know that I’m not a fan of January. Indolent and lazy after t...