Thanks to tree seedlings injected with truffle spores that are already planted in our native soil, foodies here can rejoice at the prospect of eating home-grown versions of the well-loved fungus. The catch, however, is that it may be five to six years before the trees bear fruit – if they do at all.
Which of the Garden of the Year competition winners will receive the People's Choice Award?
Japanese gardens: the enigmatic art of raked gravel and rocks does not give up its secrets lightly
How the Horatio's Garden charity is harnessing plant power with the help of a medical herbalist
Helen Yemm: how to manage a mature shrub, chafer grub damage on lawns, a visit to the gardens of Majorca