Daniel Maw

Whilst Newby Hall has been closed over the winter, the Grantham Rooms has undergone something of a transformation. Along with a new colour on the walls, a new exhibition by British Printmakers has appeared, courtesy of Daniel

Shrubs you cannot ignore: Here I have selected 5 shrubs with long flowering periods and strong presence within the garden. Daphne bholua – not the showiest flowering shrub true, but for scent over much of

5 Trees to grace any garden Looking at the title why am I starting with trees.  Can small gardens accommodate trees – even small ones? I would have to concede some gardens are just too tiny for

Felco No.8 Secateurs – yes they are expensive compared to alternatives, but they work, they are tough and parts can be replaced if worn or broken.  Felco No2 Secateurs are similar and equally good. Felco F600 Folding

This article is being written to clarify a point for all gardeners who work in the garden for 12 months of the year whatever the weather is doing.  There is a belief that sometime in

It is now Spring, so predictably it has turned wintery. As I write there is snow on the ground, and rain falling from above. Despite the poor conditions there are signs of Spring everywhere, with

There are many reasons why gardening is so popular in this country, the great diversity of plants that we can grow is one.  Most importantly success and enjoyment are achievable whatever your age, experience or

Gardening is one of those activities that will expand to fill the amount of time you have to give!  With that in mind, here are 5 simple things you can do to make your garden

After weeks of incessant rain, the Garden Team is once again rained off. Many areas of the garden are water logged, preventing winter tasks such as leaf raking, hedge trimming and general tidying from being