Home & Garden

Look inside Kelly Brook's gorgeous five-acre garden

Kelly Brook was inspired to learn more about gardening when she bought her 15th century cottage a decade ago.

Now she gives us a tour around her stunning five-acre garden, together with tips on how to grow our own vegetable patch and also what plants to buy right now to add colour to our own gardens.

Unicorns are here to stay!

It's a craze that has dominated everything from stationery to bagels over the last year, and it seems the unicorn trend isn't going anywhere just yet!

New reports have shown that unicorn-themed toys are set to take over family homes this Christmas, and the trend’s glittery presence on the high street has been predicted to continue well into next year.

From sun-tan lotion to space-hoppers, Steve Wilson is taking us on a trip to the world of fantasy with all the best unicorn themed gifts you can get your hands on.

Part two: Alison's Jamaican adventure

Last time on Alison’s Jamaican adventure, she was choppered onto the island, drank cocktails in one of the coolest bars in the world, and watched the sun go down at her favourite hotel.

Today she’s leaving the luxury behind and taking the rustic tour - getting back to nature by visiting one of Jamaica’s best known waterfalls, as well as taking in the breathtaking views and eating sugar cane with some of the locals.

Part one: Alison's Jamaican adventure

Part one: Alison's Jamaican adventure

If it's looking a bit cloudy where you are today, then get yourself comfortable and enjoy the sun-kissed beaches and breathtaking scenery of Jamaica.

In the start of a new series, Alison Hammond takes us all on a journey to the place very close to her heart - a place she says she could quite easily retire.

Holly and Phillip launch the This Morning Rose at Chelsea Flower Show

It’s a gorgeous flower. I’m a hopeless gardener but I would love a This Morning rose in my garden!

– Holly Willoughby

To celebrate This Morning's 30th birthday year, Holly and Phillip are unveiling a new rose called This Morning at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Phillip says: “We are proud and honoured to have a rose named after us at This Morning. It’s an iconic show to work on, and Chelsea Flower show is the quintessential flower show too, so what a perfect setting!”

Holly adds: “It’s a gorgeous flower. I’m a hopeless gardener but I would love a This Morning rose in my garden. Plus they’re good for the bees and I can’t wait for our This Morning bees to have a taste. It will make our This Morning honey even sweeter, I’m sure!”

The flower, which was selected by David Domoney to celebrate our 30th anniversary, is a fragrant pink rose produced in association with Harkness Roses.

David, who has presented gardening for us for over a decade, explains that the bloom is a dusky pink colour with a deep, dark burgundy spot at the centre. It has a 'light spicy perfume' and yellow stamens which are perfect for attracting bees.

PLEASE NOTE: For now, the This Morning roses will be given to special recipients, but we hope you'll be able to buy them in the future!