This post is designed for you to come back to again and again. By the miracle of technology, I can bring you a feed from some of the best gardening blogs and websites on the internet – updated daily.
Sources, drawn from around the world, include:
- BBC Gardeners World
- A Way to Garden
- Gardening Know How
- Savvy Gardening
- The Middle Sized Garden
- The Frustrated Gardener
- Urban Organic Gardener
- The Tender Gardener
The latest updates
The latest updates are below. For older entries, clicker the ‘older posts’ link at the bottom of the page.
- How to grow star of Bethlehem flowers (Ornithogalum)
- How to grow and care for a carob tree
- Ima Hogg’s Bayou Bend garden is preserved in time
- A must-visit edible garden in Singapore
- Shade ground cover plants for your yard
- How to stop dahlias for bushier plants and more flowers
- Transform a shady corner of your garden with a stunning stumpery
- How to grow raspberries
- Growing hens and chicks plants in gardens and pots
- How to create a beautiful summer garden with Tom Brown
- Golden hour with a canyon view
- Get growing edibles in June
- Your June seed sowing jobs
- Complete guide to cactus soil
- Gardening with colour, light and texture
- Win a Table Top Grill and Hurricane Lantern from Feuerhand
- Win a personalised painting of your house, plus a family welly boot mug set
- Fawns welcome me home
- BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Sowalong Podcast – series 2, exclusively for subscribers
- Dahlia spacing: how far apart to plant dahlia tubers
- growing primula from seed, with ken druse
- Growing spinach in containers: A seed to harvest guide
- Go wild in June
- Your June wildlife gardening jobs
- The best garden parasols and bases in 2023
- June fruit and veg with Monty
- June wildlife gardening with Monty
- Pruning in June with Adam Frost
- Our favourite June plants
- Win a gardener’s gift box from Tam Mason
Martin Cole has been an avid gardener for more than 20 years and loves to talk and write about gardening. In 2006 he was a finalist in the BBC Gardener of the Year competition. He is a member of the National dahlia Society.
He previously lived in London and Sydney, Australia, where he took a diploma course in Horticultural studies and is now based in North Berwick in Scotland. He founded GardeningStepbyStep.com in 2012. The website is aimed at everybody who has been bitten by the gardening bug and wants to know more.
Gardening Step by Step has been cited by Thompson and Morgan, the UK’s largest mail order plant retailer, as a website that publishes expert gardening content.
Check out my comprehensive step by step guide, with plain language explanations and ultra-useful images and illustrations. This is for you if you love dahlias and want to the best out of the dahlias you grow.
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