Cottage-style gardens and pick your own veg patches will be in demand this year, predicts the Royal Horticultural Society.
And they're springing up everywhere!
This young gardener has been planting flowers, fruit and vegetables with his mother on lockdown. He also started a YouTube channel to teach people some tips for growing their own.
Cat litter, leftover veg and old polystyrene boxes can all be used in place of traditional components 🌱🌸🌼🌿
Staff at a Yorkshire firm each get a £10 plant allowance. They might be on to something.
When Robert Harwood noticed his neighbour had been made homeless, he helped get him back on track – paying for his Travelodge and furnishing his home.
Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins says gardening keeps her fit.
Insect numbers are plummeting, but you can do your bit at home.
Because of course you need a mini table just for your G&T.