The weather forecast is for a sizzling summer and David Coton is already looking forward to preparing delicious barbecued food for his family and friends. Barbecues have become incredibly popular over recent years and here is David's guide on what to look out for when choosing one of these summer essentials.
Forest Schools are inspiring places, designed to give children the opportunity to develop confidence and increase self-esteem in natural woodland. Nathan James Dodd suggests ten items that will useful in such an environment.
When the weather becomes too cold and damp to sit outside or host a barbecue it's also time to safeguard your garden furniture, Nathan James Dodd reviews the covers that offer protection from wind, rain and snow until spring arrives.
Another culinary competition sizzles onto our screens this Friday with the arrival of 'BBQ Champ'. Nathan James Dodd reports that eight amateurs will be competing for a £25,000 cash prize.
With all the numbers from yesterday's budget in mind, David Coton has been looking through some statistics in relation to the horticultural industry.
Char-Broil has been the best selling barbecue brand in the US since 1948, and David Coton is pleased to announce that Gardensite will shortly be distributing their products.
This is Andy Hobson's guide to the basics of gas barbecues and cooking on them for the beginner, I'll cover preheating, cooking and the temperatures for different meats.
This is my guide on how to prepare your garden for the winter it's about to endure, I'll go over basic measures you can take to prevent any future problems from the dip in temperature.
When something is on trend it has a momentum all of its own, and the impact barbecue smoking has made over the last few years shows no sign of abating.
BeefEater has just launched its new BUGG portable barbecue which is at the cutting edge of cooking technology, here are the innovations and new features you can look forward to this summer.
We normally think about covering our outdoor furniture when autumn arrives and the elements turn increasingly wet and windy, however even during the summer we have been known to suffer inclement weather and Martyn Loach thinks that you should be using covers to protect garden furniture throughout the year.