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Gardening

  • Gotta have it: Mr Fox’s Garden plant supports

    Torrential rain meaning everything in the garden not looking rosy this summer? Stop the flop with Mr Fox's Garden handmade plant supports.

  • Escape to the garden! Create your She Shed

    Garden buildings are no longer the preserve of males and their mowers. Here are five ideas to turn your outdoor room into a female-friendly zone.

  • Take your pick! 20 cut flowers & veggies to grow now

    Rich pickings what you're after? Here's how to make your garden grow-grow-grow, according to BBC Radio Devon's Sunday morning garden presenter, Toby Buckland.

  • Joe Swift’s April gardening tips

    This year's Chelsea Flower Show may be postponed, but there's no reason you can't put your green fingers to work on your own patch. Gardening div? We've got just the man for you.

  • House planted: you grow girl!

    Breathe new life into tired interiors with these hard-working house plants, ideal for pets, clean air and yep, plant-killers, all picked by a pro.

  • Where to see snowdrops in Devon

    Nothing brightens up winter like the sight of carpets of snowdrops, jolly little white heralds of better days to come.

  • Lockdown Gardens in Bloom: the results!

    The results are in! See who's nabbed the top spots in our first ever Lockdown Gardens in Bloom competition with gorgeous gardens and homewares boutique Olive & Sage.

  • This year’s hottest garden trends

    We've never appreciated our gardens more than during lockdown - here's how to transform them following trends from our Lockdown Gardens in Bloom competition.

  • 8 unusual herbs to spice up your life

    Or your cooking and cocktails at the very least! Get your chops around these unusual herbs, perfect for everything from pepping up your barbecue to sweetening your mojito. Arriba!

  • Lockdown garden stunners

    Entered Muddy's Lockdown Gardens in Bloom yet? Stake out your competition here and snap your space to win part of our £1000 prize pot to spend at Olive & Sage.

  • Muddy ‘Lockdown Gardens in Bloom’ is GO!

    Calling all green fingered goddesses! We want to see your lockdown gardening handiwork. Snap your space and post it on Instagram for the chance to win vouchers (there's £1000 up for grabs) to spend online at gorgeous garden and homewares boutique Olive & Sage.

  • 8 unusual herbs to spice up your life

    Or your cooking and cocktails at the very least! Get your chops around these unusual herbs, perfect for everything from pepping up your barbecue to sweetening your mojito. Arriba!

  • Pimp your patio with these 18 outdoor buys

    We’re swapping holidays abroad for le jardín this summer, so best make it the ultimate destination. Cue the Muddy shopping edit of the coolest accessories to deck out your outdoor space.

  • 20 divine deck chairs and sun loungers

    Pour a pina colada and assume prone position! Into the sun you go with our edit of the most stylish garden seating.

  • Gardening books

    10 of the best gardening books

    Fancy getting all green fingered in the garden but don't really know where to start? Here's a helping hand with 10 terrific tomes to add to your reading list.

  • Where to buy plants online

    Dreaming of delphs? Lusting for lupins? Gagging for… er, gymnaster? (It’s a daisy). With garden centres still in lockdown, Muddy has unearthed the best online plant shops to get your garden looking rosy.

  • All cooped up! Check out these cool hen houses

    Attention, would-be chicken farmers! We've rounded up nine of the most stylish chicken coops for your feathered friends. Has it been worth the oeuf-ort? (I'll get my coat)

  • 10 idiot-proof veg to grow now

    (Or how not to get scurvy during lockdown). Here's how to go self-sufficient with 10 veg you don't need a greenhouse and two acres to grow, with TV gardener Toby Buckland.

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