Sharon Amos has written about gardening for Saga Magazine, Country Homes & Interiors, Period Living and The Guardian, among others. She is also the author of Plants for Free, Great Plants for Tough Places and Create a Wildlife-Friendly Garden.
In her own garden she relies on plants self-seeding to create new effects every year – she’s what you might call a laissez-faire gardener.
Sharon Amos journeys to the desert to find the Arabian oryx.
Of all the countries on the Silk Road, Kazakhstan is perhaps the least familiar - but should be no less enticing than its fascinating neighbours.
Despite a multi-million euro makeover Marseille still retains its edge.
These blue flowers are ideal for a cool colour scheme.
Sharon Amos shares her highlights of a dream holiday in Zimbabwe.
How people with little or no sense of smell can regain some olfactory sensation.
There are plenty of inexpensive kitchen gadgets that make things easier.
Find out how to easily adapt your home for your changing needs.
Find out how grandparents can encourage a love of gardening.