Gardens

Butterflies in your garden

“Bring in the butterflies,” says Jane Moore, “and you will be helping to build an entire ecosystem, from pollination for plants to prey for birds.” Jane’s new ...

Herbal magic

Jane Moore follows the herb trail from field to fork and talks to two chefs and two thirsty gardeners, asking them all about their favourite herbs – from rosem...
Blooms of love

Gardens: The blooms of love

Nothing says ‘I love you’ better than flowers, says Jane Moore. Forget thoughts of clichés and over-sentimentality, and bring sunshine in the form of flowers t...
pulling together

Gardens: pulling together

In a city defined by its architectural highlights, there are also plenty of inbetween areas with green potential that aren’t presented at their best. Fortunate...
Gardens: the year ahead

Gardens: the year ahead

Think up rather than down, adopt a Monstera, grow your own, think about wildlife and celebrate the woodland – Jane Moore makes her predictions for the trends t...
Winter Gardens

Garden pot tips for winter

Winter pots and containers can do a great deal to brighten the long dark days to come, says Jane Moore.A sentiment thoroughly endorsed by gardening compatriots...

Keeping it green

How green is your garden? Gardening is the most naturally sustainable activity – you just need to remember a few simple dos and don’ts to embrace an eco garden...

July garden pleasures

Jane Moore meets Nyla Abraham, a Bath gardener whose garden has seen her through some hard times and has provided vital sustainance to her health and wellbeing...

Roses: simply the best

“He that dares not grasp the thorn. Should never crave the rose,” said Anne Brontë. Jane Moore has grasped plenty of thorns in her time and her love of roses s...

Gardening: Scents for
all seasons

Jane Moore picks her favourite fragrant shrubs and explains why scented plants are an integral part of any green space In the whole panoply of garden flora ...