Home and and gardens writer 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. She has written and edited for Saga Magazine, The Telegraph, intoGardens and many others.
The damage microscopic fuchsia gall mites can do to fuchsias can be devastating.
This plant-killing orange mushroom grows on woody shrubs and trees.
White webbing on your box is a tell-tale sign of the invasive box moth.
Amaryllis belladonna produces delicate pink or white blooms in the autumn garden.
Find out how to cut, store and feed flowers to keep them fresher for longer.
Moles can wreak havoc on pristine lawns, flower borders and vegetable patches.
Find out what to do with old, stale bread.
An easy pud that uses up leftover bread.
Monty Don reveals how his upbringing forged his driven nature.