All the plants in this collection produce their flowers in abundance over a long period.
Find out what's adding colour in the garden this March.
Our in-house plant doctor and garden designer picks her top plants for March.
Sally on allotments
Life in the greenhouse: February
23 February, 2015
There… can you hear it? That faint crunching, creaking noise? Perhaps a teeny tiny little grunt of effort as...
James on plants
26 February, 2015
The magnolia is one of our most popular garden shrubs. Magnolia stellata is visible in front gardens across the country...
Laetitia on being creative
27 June, 2014
One of my very first knock-you-over moments in gardening came when I went to visit a gorgeous house...
Mark on Chelsea
The Laurent-Perrier Team
22 May, 2014
After all the hard work of the last few weeks it was time to celebrate last night. Everyone involved with...
We've put together this section of the website to help answer as many of your questions about common pests, diseases and weeds as possible.
What type of soil do you have?
We've teamed up with the National Soil Resources Institute to help identify your soil type. Type your postcode into the box and click 'find my soil type'.
Few gardeners make the most of the wide range of perennials that can be grown from seed. Verbascums, aquilegias, coreopsis rudbeckias and penstemons are easy to grow in this way and not only will they will give your garden a colour boost, they will also help you save money.
What kind of gardener are you?
Let us help you decide what type of gardener you are and the style of garden you are trying to create.