JUSTIN RUSSELL challenges the notion that all weeds are pests, and makes cordial with one of his favourite outlaw plants.
JUSTIN RUSSELL wonders why, despite a summer of extreme weather, his garden managed to produce an abundance of food. The answer is diversity.
Got a glut of pomegranates? JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how to make the refreshing drink, grenadine.
After surviving a second deluge in two years, JUSTIN RUSSELL deals with overgrown lawns, and a flood of grass clippings.
Planning a big weekend in the garden? JUSTIN RUSSELL gives a run down on some of the major gardening jobs for February/March.
JUSTIN RUSSELL gives the low down on the fungal disease brown rot, and suggests some simple control measures.
JUSTIN RUSSELL takes a leaf out of Phil Dudman's book and grows his cucumbers on a reinforcing mesh trellis.
The best time to sow winter veg is now, in mid-summer. JUSTIN RUSSELL shares his tips for sowing carrots and parsnips.
If it’s getting too hot for growing your favourite leafy greens and herbs in the garden, then try growing your own organic microgreens in pots, writes PHIL DUDMAN
JUSTIN RUSSELL picks his first apples of the season, and offers a cheery Christmas recipe using the fruit.
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