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New castle gardens venue for "green fingered" festival

The fourth WhitLit festival will celebrate Kent's status as the Garden of England and a new home with a "green fingered" theme.

A new face for our gardening latest

Neil Miller, head gardener at Hever Castle & Gardens is our brand new gardening blogger. Here he tells all about his busy life.

Spring colour to inspire

Nothing says spring like a sea of daffodils, says Neil Miller, head gardener at Hever Castle & Gardens

Opening the gate on gardens for 90 years

From mansions to back gardens, the National Gardens Scheme has been giving garden lovers a glimpse of secret spaces for 90 years.

Have a go at growing your own

Gardening expert Lucy Hewett finds some spring jobs for you to get out into your plot

Garden centres take delivery of new pots and tubs

Garden centres across the county are checking in deliveries of pots and tubs ready for summer bedding.

Hedging for softening and screening

Lucy Hewett suggests planting bare root deciduous hedging now, to soften new landscaping projects

Castle's sensational snowdrops

Plot your path through the 60,000 snowdrop bulbs at one of the county's most immaculate gardens.

A snowdrop sensation

Galanthophiles get ready: Great Comp Garden shares its winter secrets with a glimpse of spring in the shape of snowdrops this weekend.

Autumn raspberry and hydrangea pruning

Fancy some autumn fruiting raspberries? Confused about when to prune your hydrangeas? Lucy Hewett gives you some guidance.

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