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  • Muddy ‘Lockdown Gardens in Bloom’ is GO!

    Calling all green fingered goddesses! We want to see your lockdown gardening handiwork. Snap your space and post it on Instagram for the chance to win vouchers (there's £1000 up for grabs) to spend online at gorgeous garden and homewares boutique Olive & Sage.

  • 10 of the best gardening books

    Fancy getting all green fingered in the garden but don't really know where to start? Here's a helping hand with 10 terrific tomes to add to your reading list.

  • 8 flowers to choose for a cutting garden

    Dibbers at the ready! Garden broadcaster Toby Buckland picks a pocketful of posies that anyone - yes, even you with the dead house plants - can grow.

  • Warwickshire’s Secret Garden

    As signs of Spring start to battle their way through the storms, Muddy’s Rhiannon Kouyoumjian heads to the secret solace of Hill Close Gardens in Warwick…

  • Warwickshire’s best Snowdrop walks

    They're coming out! The loveliest places to catch winter snowdrops across Warks and the Midlands in the next few weeks.

  • Jazz up your garden

    Venturing out into your garden for the first time this year? Here's all the cool cooking and homeware kit you need to jazz it up for summer.

  • Outdoor Living

    Everyone loves the groovy new '60s-style garden chairs over at Muddy HQ. Are they Heal's or Philippe Starck? Are they heck!

  • How to perk up your frazzled garden

    Wilted borders and a lawn resembling the Gobi desert? Yup, us too. But happily we've got all the heatwave-combating garden tips.

  • 4 British Flowers Week events

    Started by the Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market in 2013, this is an annual celebration of the wealth and variety of British cut flowers and foliage.

  • How to create a cutting garden

    Inspired by this week's Chelsea Flower Show to fill your house with brilliant blooms? Consider cultivating a cutting garden.

  • Bright and Beautiful

    Could it finally be time to step back into the garden? (Remember? That frozen, muddy thing outside the back door). Let's celebrate Spring with some bright'n'beautiful new seating.

  • New Year, New Garden

    Outside space looking a bit 'meh'? Yup, mine too. Time to hatch a plan to jazz up that jardin with these 5 tips!

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