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It’s time to prune roses, plus other gardening jobs for March

It’s time to prune roses, plus other gardening jobs for March

Spring is finally here, but be guided by the weather rather than the calendar as March can be surprisingly wet and cold. Bulbs and blossom are starting to fill the...

Top veg-growing questions during February

Top veg-growing questions during February

Whether you’re new to growing veg or a seasoned veteran, the answers to the questions most asked during February will help you grow your best crops ever. February may still...

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Top gardening problems during February

Top gardening problems during February

The experts at the Which? Gardening helpdesk have been busy answering the questions of Which? Gardening members. February is still a quiet month in the garden but it’s a good...

Top gardening jobs for February

Top gardening jobs for February

Spring is tantalisingly close, so we can start sowing seeds of flowers and veg indoors. Find out what to do during February in your garden with Which? Gardening's top gardening jobs.

Top gardening jobs for January

Top gardening jobs for January

The shortest day has been and gone, and the garden is coming back to life. Prepare for the spring and summer ahead with Which? Gardening’s top gardening jobs. Take advantage...

Are you planning to go peat-free in your garden?

Are you planning to go peat-free in your garden?

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) set 2020 as the deadline for peat to be phased out in products sold to amateur gardeners. However, this target was voluntary, agreed between compost manufacturers and Defra, and appears to have failed.

Foxes, cats and squirrels: how to deter them from your garden

Foxes, cats and squirrels: how to deter them from your garden

Which? Gardening magazine asked a panel of around 1,400 Which? members whether there are any animals that they would prefer didn’t come into their gardens – and foxes, cats and...

When is ‘organic’ not ‘organic’?

When is ‘organic’ not ‘organic’?

For gardeners, the word 'organic' may not mean what you'd think it would when buying compost

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Fat balls for birds: are they worth your money?

Fat balls for birds: are they worth your money?

Fat balls are a popular choice for feeding birds, but members of the Which? Gardening Facebook group told us that while some brands did attract birds, others failed to impress. ...

The top five veg and how to grow them

The top five veg and how to grow them

Whether you grow yours in a dedicated plot, at an allotment or in pots on your patio, you can’t beat the flavour of homegrown veg. We wanted to find out...

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