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Dream Gardens: Dogwood's bark has spark

WHY be left looking at a bare, boring garden till spring? All you need is a display of eye-catching trunks, twigs and shoots for a great winter show.

Dream Gardens: Dig your own festive meal

THE Christmas dinner is always special but it's even more of a treat when you've grown some of it yourself.

Turn your lawn into lunch says Alan Titchmarsh

NOT since the last world war has there been so much interest in digging up the lawn. People may not be Digging for Victory but they are digging for dinner, lunch, supper and afternoon tea.

Dream Gardens: Doorsteps with star qualities

SPARE a thought for your doorstep this Christmas. It might seem like a small detail but the entrance to your home is the first taste visitors will have of the welcome they'll find inside, so you want to make a good impression.

Dream Gardens: Home in bloom for winter

WHEN Mother Nature forces you to spend more time indoors it's good to bring the garden in with you - and no, I don't mean on your feet.

Dream Gardens: Tools care that cuts costs

GARDENING may well be a triumph of nurture over nature but there is only so much you can do with your bare hands. Taming nature demands the right tools of the trade and they need an occasional spot of nurturing themselves.

Dream Gardens: Spook-tacular specimens

HALLOWEEN recalls our superstitious past, as we do have some truly curious notions about herbs and plants going back centuries. "From ghosties and ghoulies and long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us," goes the old Scottish prayer.

Dream Gardens: Room for an old favourite

CYCLAMEN are among the most traditional of winter pot plants, old faithfuls that our grandparents treasured and kept for many years like old friends. Nowadays, sadly, these little darlings are often written off as dull, ordinary and old-fashioned.

Dream Gardens: Jobs to fill winter months

ACROSS the country people will be heaving a sigh of relief as they shove the gardening tools in the shed one last time and bang the door shut. British Summer Time is officially over in a fortnight and for some that spells the close of the gardening season and the start of some long lie-ins at the weekend.

Time to get into a scrape, SAYS ALAN TITCHMARSH

AS a small boy, I sometimes got myself into scrapes.