Tiffany Daneff

Tiffany Daneff

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.

Latest Articles from Tiffany

Valrious potted dahlias
Home & Garden

Sheep garden blog: dealing with dahlias

Perfect weather for dahlias; and has anyone else been bugged by rose beetles?

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Red poppies
Home & Garden

Seeds you want and seeds you don't

Sheep Garden blogger and Saga gardening editor, Tiffany Daneff, on the joys of self-seeding poppies vs the woes of the indefatigable forget-me-not.

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Gentle Hermione rose © David Austen Roses
Home & Garden

Is this a bumper year for roses?

In the latest instalment of the Sheep Garden Blog, our gardening editor revels in roses, and worries about what's sharing her strawberries.

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Lawnmower mowing
Home & Garden

How best to mow a lawn

A simple sounding question, with no conveniently short answer because, as ever, nothing’s as straightforward as it first seems.

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Gardener holding asparagus
Home & Garden

Can you harvest asparagus in a year?

Yes, if you grow Gijnlim, writes our gardening editor and sheep garden blogger, Tiffany Daneff.

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Potted tomato plant
Home & Garden

What has happened to my tomatoes?

Good news all you gardeners out there, this tale should hand you a life-affirming dose of schadenfreude.

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Asparagus growing in soil
Home & Garden

Sheep Garden Blog: planting asparagus

On planting asparagus and potatoes; plus, who came up with the best money-saving tip to protect young plants?

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Wild rabbits
Home & Garden

Sheep garden blog: protecting young plants

What’s the best way to stop birds and rabbits nibbling young shoots?

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Purple pulmonarias
Home & Garden

Sheep Garden Blog: planting a woodland patch

I feel as though I am living inside a time lapse film and I can’t keep up. Buds and lambs are fattening by the day. The hedgerows are shimmering and trees almost glow with fresh growth.

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