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YOUR QUICK AND EASY GUIDE TO... Small space gardening

Feature Natalie Osborn

Those long-awaited rays of summer sun are upon us and, as uplifting as they are, they also have the nasty habit of shedding light on just how ramshackle our outside spaces have become... whoops. But don’t panic – we’re here to help inspire your makeover plans. From easy growing guides (how do you correctly plant-up containers, anyway?) to instant refreshers for forlorn flower borders and starting your own window box veg plot, we’ve got the best advice to get your small garden, balcony or windowsill bursting with colour in no time at all.

Hanging baskets

Suspending plants from the air is a tried-and-tested trick for bringing floral fabulousness into a tiny outside space, but that doesn’t mean that you should rely on ordinary displays. Think outside the box and use old colanders (you could even paint them) as planters and grow strawberries or tumbling cherry tomatoes instead of bedding plants.

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