January 31 2015 Latest news:
A new year dawns: the perfect time for a garden makeover. Particularly when the picture in your head shows vegetables and flowers and the reality is sticky soil and a leftover slab of concrete. Steven Russell hears about hopes and plans for 2015
Three green-fingered volunteers braved the cold and damp to give a makeover to a public garden.
Flower beds in an award-winning park could be devoid of colour next summer after the local authority withdrew funding for bedding plants.
A green-fingered Sudbury woman with a passion for plants has been awarded the top prize in this year’s Sudbury in Bloom competition.
They are like the fields your grandparents would remember.
Gardening with a difference, this week, as Steven Russell visits a Suffolk prison where the power of nature is proving to be a force for good.
For many plant-lovers, August bank holiday means Walsham le Willows and its open gardens. Steven Russell enjoys an early visit to Willow Cottage… and finds out why the willow is no longer
He’s just recorded his first hole-in-one on the golf course and his ‘small but busy’ garden is looking a picture. No wonder Tony Allen’s pretty chipper. Steven Russell meets the retired Suffolk detective.