Find out what's going on in the garden, with Kent expert Neil Miller's regular updates...
Did you know Kent had the UK's first silk farm? Here's the tale of the mulberry-munching silkworms who made silk for several queens' gowns:
The National Trust is launching its #BlossomWatch campign, encouraging people to look out for blossom around them, but from their windows and gardens.
The RSPB has launched a daily morning birdwatch from home to reduce stress and anxiety, to connect with nature and others.
A popular seven-acre garden with woodland walks has joined other open spaces and gardens in deciding to close its gates to visitors.
Driven by unimaginable tragedy, a gardener made it his mission to create an outdoor oasis for pupils at a special needs school.
As many Kent venues are forced to shut their doors some are still able to stay open in the midst of the virus outbreak. We've found a few for you.
A display of thousands of daffodils is set to bloom at a Kent castle, along with tours and fundraising for Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal.
In his latest blog, Hever Castle head gardener Neil Miller, shares an insight into the Dazzling Daffodils display which opens later this month.
Two Gogglebox stars have announced gardens at their famous property will reopen as they continue their bid to save the B&B.
A show featuring rare and sought-after snowdrops has had to be cancelled due to Storm Dennis.