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Anna Pavord: "Forget raised vegetable patches - veg are better off grown at ground level"

A raised bed edged with wooden planks is time consuming and will have rotted within five years, argues our horticultural expert

Luma apiculata 'Glanleam Gold' can be clipped as easily as box

Anna Pavord: Planting new trees and shrubs in autumn

It may seem premature, but the fallen leaves provide sustenance, and the soil is still warm and welcoming from summer
In our old garden, I planted 'George Cave', so the children could help themselves to fruit whenever they wanted

Anna Pavord: English apples

English apples can be in season for seven months of the year, come in a number of tasty varieties, and can be stored after picking
The fiery autumn leaves of 'Brant'

Anna Pavord: It is possible to grow grape vines in this country

You just need to decide if you want them for decoration or drinking. Oh, and be prepared for a bit of pruning...
Purple reign: A colchicum in full bloom

Anna Pavord: If you want colchicums to spring up in your garden at the tail-end of summer, you'll have to go to some trouble

Colchicums are dormant for such a short time, so there is only a short window when you can get hold of them to plant

Anna Pavord: "Time to get planting for spring"

Spring may be a distant dream, but now is the time to start planning for it, advises our horticultural expert, who gives her top tips on which bulbs to plant this year

Weekend Work: Time to prune wall-trained trees

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Paradise in Camberwell: A gardener has created an extraordinary home for tree ferns in London

Patrick de Nangle has turned his garden into a jungle of tree ferns, cycads and bird-of-paradise plants

Anna Pavord: 'It's a busy month ahead, with bulbs to force into bloom, lawns to repair, Virginia creeper to tame...'

It will all be worth it in the end, says our gardening expert

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