Martyn Cox is a prolific garden writer and author with a tiny, but plant packed garden in East London. Martyn writes a weekly column for The Mail on Sunday and monthly for Grow it! His work regularly features in BBC Gardeners' World, The English Garden, Grand Designs and Sainsbury's Magazine.
Follow Martyn Cox’s advice on eight ways to maximise space.
Zen gardens require little maintenance, so sit back and enjoy the tranquility.
With the right plants even a small space can become a delightful cottage garden.
Read our tips for planning a low-maintenance contemporary garden.
Read our guide to creating your own Japanese-style garden.
Fed up with tasteless fruit and veg? Time to get growing your own vegetables.
Taking softwood cuttings is one of the easiest ways to propagate plants.
Take root cuttings from dormant plants in winter, ready to be planted out by summer.
Find out how to care for festive plants such as such as poinsettia and cyclamen.