An elegant vase of tulips, albeit with some going droopy

Query What can I do about droopy tulips? We are very fortunate to have a super collection of different varieties of tulips in our new garden. However, I find that…

English asparagus

Green, white, steamed or raw, with a hint of butter or doused in hollandasie; now is the time to eat as much as possible. We love it.

Yildiz Pro CCH 12-bore

This month’s test gun is a Yildiz Pro CCH with 3in chambers, steel proof marks and 32in fixed-choke barrels equipped with a 9mm-7mm tapered sighting rib. It weighs in at…

crab

The brown crab can be found all around the British Isles and is by far our biggest species. The female is impressively productive, laying between 250,000 and three million eggs…

Top 10 trout rivers. Fishing.

Charles Rangeley-Wilson picks his top 10 fly-fishing spots accessible to all. It's open to debate, preferably after a day on a chalkstream.

Gabriel Stone celebrates the best children’s books, that can be read again and again, from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to The Jungle Book. Meet the bane of fox, postman and…

Ginger McCain leads in a victorious Red Rum

Before settling down to read about the remarkable Red Rum, be sure to check out more racing features from The Field, including 100 years of the Cheltenham Gold Cup and…

A springer spaniel chewing

Query We have a very chewy young dog. We have never had such a chewer before. Shoes, coats, table and chair legs, and the bottom of cupboards have all fallen…

  Let’s be honest, one of the most anticipated aspects of Easter celebrations is the food. And although tempting chocolate eggs are hard to resist, one true sign than Easter…

Slow cooked shoulder of mutton

Easter doesn’t have to mean spring lamb. Why not try cooking this mouthwatering alternative recipe ? A slow cooked shoulder of mutton with roasted radishes, boozy potatoes and burnt butter…