A study has shown the amazing impact of letting the usual pristine lawn grow.
Genetic secret is uncovered.
Caroline Fitton discusses planting at Waresley, Gamlingay and Hayley Woods.
The plant - Strophocactus wittii - is expected to about to open for only the second time.
Residents are encouraged to grow their own fruit and veg after a grant from South Cambs District Council.
Farmer, entrepreneur, charitable benefactor, museum supporter and great-grandfather, David was energetic to the last.
Noa Leach writes for the Wildlife Trust about its activities, events and opportuntities to get involved.
The site in Ickleton is to open under the National Garden Scheme this weekend.
Gardeners looking at their brown flower beds and dusty shrubs have been offered advice from Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
See the impact on its gardens and estates - and discover how the trust is adapting.
Allie Birley explains how to help preserve our most precious resource.
An open day featured activities such as building a bug hotel, crafting, and playing the human fruit machine.
We spoke to King’s head gardener Steven Coghill and visited Jesus College’s meadow too.
May 28-29 is set to be one of the busiest weekends of the year for open gardens under the National Garden Scheme.
Gardeners are encouraged to put the mower away and let their garden grow.