An invasive bug with a taste for beans has jumped into the top 10 list of the worst garden pests as it benefited from the warm summer.
A leading landscape designer is helping a charity transform a garden for patients at a city hospital.
Don’t forget about your garden or lawn this autumn. With more than 20 years’ experience in lawn care, Smart Lawns is advising you how you can get the best out of your garden this autumn and winter.
Simpsons are delighted to introduce a brand new magazine. Packed full of information, images and offers from the UK Garden Centre of Excellence 2017/18.
Storm Hector has been battering the nation today with gusts up to 70 mph but this Glasgow garden was somehow unscathed when a tree was ripped out of the ground and chucked across the grass.
This Northern Irish family had unexpected visitors today as a herd of cows invaded their front garden.
A north-east dad has been left “furious” after dozens of used syringes were dumped in his garden leaving his daughter unable to play outside.
Pupils at a Moray primary school have started work on a bold plan to transform a "dull" outside area into an exciting new space for learning.
TV shows like Blue Planet are fascinating because they show us animals around the world behaving in their natural habitats.
The autumn clear-up continues because there is little that can be done with borders and plots during these frosty spells.
In recent weeks, I have had one or two questions relating to apples and potatoes and the common denominator is “internal browning”.
Huge congratulations to Bill and Milly Shewan, of 4 Richmond Gardens in Rhynie, for their garden has been selected, from dozens and dozens of entries, to be our Garden of the Year overall winner.
New flower beds, and large-scale draughts board…pensioners enjoy new garden following £10,000 revamp
Residents at a Moray sheltered housing complex are looking forward to taking part in range of outdoor pursuits following a £10,000 revamp to their garden.
This is a good time to sell your home. Most people aren't yet going away on their summer holidays and the garden is bursting into life.
The humble garden shed was traditionally used for storage – and a refuge for dad – but it can also be an extension of your home’s living space
With summer fast approaching, it’s time for landlords to “think outside the box” and consider the value a well-planned garden space can add to their rental property.
To celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday, Asda has launched a range of regal-inspired treats ranging from Corgi cakes to these cheeky garden gnomes, which are priced at £10 each.
You can still have your luxuries when house hunting on a budget.
Peeling wallpaper, chipped paint and an unkempt kitchen are not what buyers like to see when they view a property. Even if the rest of the home is in immaculate condition, an upturned corner of a living room carpet is enough to say, "no thanks".
Give your garden a makeover with these great products from Kellockbank. 1. Cartwheel bench, £520 2. Low level orb ice solar lights, £9.99 each 3. Alexander Rose St George bench, £229 4.Outback Spectrum 3 burner BBQ, £380 All this and more are available from Kellockbank Country Emporium, Culsalmond, Insch. Phone 01464 851114
On the outskirts of Inverness there sits a remarkable garden which overlooks the Highland capital. But it’s what lies within the Oldtown of Leys garden that makes it so interesting.
The buzz has, until recently, been about the arrival of new royal baby Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, but when Chelsea kicked off, all eyes were on Prince Harry, whose charity Sentebale returned to Chelsea with a garden.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a beautiful garden, says thrifty gardener and writer Alex Mitchell. Club together: If you are buying online, group your purchases with friends to save on postage costs and look out for bargains if you order a multiple of one plant.
Families, couples or individuals looking to transform their neglected outdoor spaces can get help and inspiration from a new nationwide campaign called Love the Plot You’ve Got, which is coming to Gardening Scotland from Friday, May 29-31.
As a new book from gardening writer and blogger Anne Wareham looks at how to help gardeners deter squirrels and other pests, Hannah Stephenson offers some of her own solutions to stop them in their tracks.
Brighten up the shadier parts of the garden this spring with a rhododendron, the Horticultural Trades Association’s (HTA) Plant of the Month for April 2015.
Many a life-long love affair has been sparked by the simple act of staring into a jam jar filled with muddy water.
As Halloween is upon us, Hannah Stephenson looks at some of the spikiest, scariest, foulest-smelling plants found in gardens.
At this time of year, when attention turns to the changing colours of autumn, conifers have a big role to play as they can provide year round colour.
A wonderful Highland garden that was a labour of love for 20 years, will be thrown open to the public this weekend to raise funds for a local hospital and its therapeutic garden.
Outside our SW boundary are three sizeable Sycamore trees. They are growing in what was part of the glasshouse nursery attached to Glengarioch Distillery.
From dire straits to award-winning success – Susan Welsh meets an Oban couple with a remarkable gardening story to tell