Saga Magazine's Houses and Gardens Editor
Saga Magazine's Houses and Gardens Editor, Tiffany Daneff has gardened with varying degrees of success since childhood and, in between weeding and writing, attempts to keep order over an evolving menagerie of cats, guinea pigs, snakes, dogs, three children and one husband.
Tiffany's carefully drawn diagrams are tossed aside as garden designer James Alexander-Sinclair gets to work planting up the new border.
Is January too late to plant tulips? The short answer is not quite, but I’ve had to get my skates on.
Charlie Ryrie discovered that the rural idyll can be jolly hard work.
Quentin Blake talks about his two new exhibitions and a book.
Biba creator, Barbara Hulanicki, reveals the inside story of the iconic label.
There is a lot more to moths than you might think.
Take one garden designer add a food-fanatic son, mix together for a great story.
Bill Turnbull on what, where, when and how much beekeeping costs.
It takes 35,000 dried flowers to make the 60ft swag for Cotehele’s Great Hall.