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Tennis isn't everyone's cup of tea especially when for a fortnight it's impossible to get away from the sound of ball on racquet. However, one delicious advantageous of Wimbledon fully appreciated by Martyn Loach is strawberries and cream.
On average July is the hottest month of the year, and Dan Everton is busy maintaining his pond to keep the water and fish in top condition. However, safety especially during the school summer holidays should also be a prime consideration.
After a few colder than usual weeks, hot weather has now arrived to coincide with Wimbledon. However much excitement there is at SW19, Nathan James Dodd will find time for these July jobs around the garden.
There can't be a better setting for a flower show than Hampton Court Palace, which has been a royal residence since the time of Henry VIII. With glorious weather predicted, Nathan James Dodd reviews what you can expect to find there this year.
Love Your Garden has just returned for a fifth series, David Hall has been watching how Alan Titchmarsh and his team have been transforming outdoor spaces and neglected gardens into attractive living areas.
Although we all like to encourage wildlife into the garden, creatures of a more inanimate nature can populate the landscape. Not all are native to the British Isles and Nathan James Dodd describes how your outdoor space can become quite a menagerie.
The first of four shows featuring the 'Shed Of The Year' competition was aired on Sunday 21 June and as expected Nathan James Dodd saw several remarkable structures.
A garden gate might be seen as an add-on, with the accompanying fence in the starring role leaving the gate with only a bit part. But David Coton thinks they ought to be promoted to top billing.
A new rose will be unveiled at this week's HTA National Plant Show, Nathan James Dodd reports that it's the result of a fund raising partnership between Nursery Fresh Plants and Breakthrough Breast Cancer, with initial help from GardenSite.
Ornate water features and fountains are familiar sights particularly in stately gardens and formal locations. David Coton reviews some alternatives that will add distinguished elegance to your home.
Many of us have modest outside spaces but they needn't be unproductive and, as David Hall finds out, containers and planters are a brilliant way of growing vegetables and herbs.
Nathan James Dodd is proud to announce Gardensite is sponsoring a Show Garden at BBC Gardeners' World Live 2015.
To coincide with the release of Jurassic World on 11 June, Nathan James Dodd describes how you can create your own theme park with dinosaurs produced in fine detail and with enormous precision by Toscano and Borderstone.
With a bit of luck, the summer might start soon and that means you may have to keep plants well watered throughout any dry period. David Hall has a few ideas on the most effective ways of ensuring your plants don't go thirsty.
With evenings becoming warmer, you will be spending more time in the garden and Robert Hall enjoys relaxing outdoors in an arbour at this time of the year surrounded by night scented plants.
Walls, whether they mark a boundary or support your house, are on the whole functional and unappealing. Nathan James Dodd suggests using wall plaques and ornaments to improve their appearance.
Now that the sun shows signs of emerging from behind the clouds, David Coton's children are itching to play outside, here he reviews a selection of playhouses that will entertain your children and their friends throughout the summer.
Very adaptable and the ideal answer if your garden is a challenging site, decking never seems to lose its popularity. If, like David Coton, you want decking that comes complete and is easy to install, then a kit is the perfect solution.
At this time of the year everything in the garden should be flourishing, including weeds. Nathan James Dodd considers the options on how to prevent and remove these unwanted intruders.
Gardeners' World Live at the NEC is just over a week away and Nathan James Dodd has found that preparations for the GardenSite sponsored garden are well under way.