Whisper it…but summer is creeping up on us, meaning it’s the perfect time to get planting – even if you have limited green space.
Whether you own a modest window box, a city courtyard garden or a sprawling emerald lawn, there are green-fingered tricks galore that can help make the most of what you have.
Next week marks National Gardening Week, which runs from April 27th to May 2nd, and the key to growing herbs and blooms, says Gardeners’ World star Arit Anderson, is simply having a go.
The presenter, who lives in South West London, tells FEMAIL: ‘Experience grows from the minute you grow a seed, or you grow a plant, and it doesn’t die – that then inspires you to try and grow something else.
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A return to nature: Gardeners’ World presenter Arit Anderson told FEMAIL that it doesn’t matter how big your green space is -be it a courtyard garden or a window box – there are always opportunities to have a go at growing something
‘Gardening is experimental and you shouldn’t be afraid to try – there’s so much help and advice out there, from the Royal…