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13:54, 18 JUL 2016
Flytipping threatens green space and wildlife at nature reserve near Uxbridge
Endangered species and green spaces are being threatened by fly tipping at Frays Farm Meadows
Kew Gardens needs your vote to help bring 'flowers to the people'
Voters have until midnight on Wednesday (July 20) to back Kew's Grow Wild campaign and help secure £3,000
See what Fulham locals had to say about project to battle litter and increase greenery
Neighbours in Fabian Road, Fulham, think other areas may benefit from the pilot scheme too
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Steam or foam explored as council becomes first in London to ditch harmful weedkillers
Hammersmith and Fulham will look at alternative weed control methods including some unusual methods in its parks and open spaces
A bed in the sky - rooftop allotments unveiled in Hounslow
Cultivate London will run monthly gardening workshops at the plots overlooking Brentford
Bottoms up: Kew Gardens shows cheeky side with world's largest bum-shaped seed
The double coconut seed measures a whopping 30cm x 30cm but is best known for its resemblance to a human backside
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016: Our highlights
We're halfway through the world famous Chelsea Flower Show now, but what has caught the eye of our gardening columnist so far?
West Londoners remember when the 'Fab Four' Beatles came to Chiswick to mark 50 years since the day
From scaling the garden wall to transporting the band's equipment around, here are some wonderful memories of John, Paul, George and Ringo at Chiswick House
Rubbish cleared from alleyway after nearly three months of complaints
A family evicted from Bedfont left piles of rubbish, which was left in an alleyway for almost three months
Discover west London's hidden stunning gardens during special weekend
The Open Garden Squares Weekend will see the public invited into private squares, gardens on barges and pop-up orchards
City Gardening tips to make the most of spring
Garden and landscaping columnist Sarah Heaton is looking forward to planting some new seeds this spring, and shares her tips with readers
Giant 'corpse flower' stinks out Kew Gardens as it bursts into bloom
You'll have to be quick if you want to catch the majestic titun in bloom, as the floral display is only expected to last until Monday (April 25)
Hounslow London Borough Council
Hounslow garden waste collections defended amid claims of 'meltdown'
Gardeners must now pay £50 a year for the fortnightly collections - a charge the council says was introduced to protect 'essential services'
Hounslow London Borough Council
Council to hit households with £50 annual charge for garden waste collection
Hounslow council offers 10% discount to people who subscribe to the garden waste service before February 29
Family returned from holiday to find their dog RE-HOMED
The family arrived back from their trip away to find not only had their border terrier had gone missing - but now had a completely new home
Core Blimey! New apple variety planted in White City orchard
The apple and pear trees were planted residents and volunteers from Hammersmith Community Gardens Association
Animal Column: Guinea pig Penny was found with broken leg
Animal welfare columnist Marion Garnett has details of Penny the guinea pig, who was nursed back to health after a broken leg.
West London News
Can you give these fluffy rabbits a home this Christmas?
Channel 4’s First Dates restaurant would love these two. They both love their food and both have a history of being single and looking for love.
Urgent appeal for animal foster carers
Guardian Angels Animal Support says it has rescued nearly twice as many unwanted pets so far this year as in the whole of 2014
David Cameron hails school gardening volunteer as 'Point of Light'
Peter Edwards has helped more than 400 schoolchildren in Heston take their first steps in gardening since the death of his wife six years ago
400 people sign petition opposing homes on allotments opposite Syon Park
The Duke of Northumberland, who owns Syon Park, wants to build homes on the allotments across the road from the estate
Could Kiddo the greyhound be the new love of your life?
Marion Garnett appeals on behalf of a west London ex-racing greyhound in need of a new start and bears facing cruelty.
Heathrow Airport expansion campaigners take third runway protest to homes of bosses
Residents chanted "No ifs, no buts, no third runway" outside the homes of Heathrow Airport bosses
Plague of caterpillars which can devour a hedge in a DAY spreads across UK
The pest, which was previously limited to London, is now spreading out across the rest of the country and has been spotted outside the M25