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Have you grown a curvy carrot, a really odd onion or a potato that looks like Wayne Rooney?

The forefather of a celebrated Suffolk business, which now employs 1,300 people at 18 garden centres throughout the country, has been honoured with a permanent memorial.

Rural business owners and farmers with diversified enterprises are being advised to check the implications of their business rate revaluation now, as some see rateable values double.

At Felixstowe there is something special on the market - The Q Tower, a Martello tower originally built to see off potential invaders, and now a special home still with commanding views of the bay and Felixstowe port.

English farmland values are more polarised than at any time in living memory, according to a land agent.

A nursing care business run by a farming family has taken on its fourth home.

The work of a small charity with a ‘Big Dream’ to transform unkempt woodland in Ipswich into a haven of tranquillity for people with life-limiting conditions is to feature on BBC television tonight.

A new award has been created in honour of celebrated horticulturalist Charles Notcutt.

For some, a New Year means a new home – and there are plenty of homes on the market in Suffolk at the moment to satisfy most budgets.

Suffolk can be a hotspot for expensive properties, with it’s stunning locations, historic towns and transport links to London.

Are you a novice gardener in need of a guiding hand? Catherine McMillan can ease the pressure

More than 1,000 homes have been given the green light on the south side of Bury St Edmunds today.

The region’s house prices rose by the fastest rate in the country in 2016, according to a new report.

Work has started on transforming a former Ipswich nightspot into luxury homes but many of the original features will be retained by the new owner.

Take a look at some of the most valuable homes sold in Suffolk in August.

Four homes in Suffolk sold for more than £1million in July.

An allotments site in east Suffolk is said to have descended into “anarchy” with a rat infestation that is feared to be affecting nearby homes.

Alan Titchmarsh called it “like Belize come to Beccles”. Just two more chances to visit in 2016. Grab them!

They say an Englishman’s home is his castle but rarely could the saying be more accurately applied than in the case of this Suffolk citadel.

They call him the veteran gardener – and when he grows, he grows to win.

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