Millie Hurst has worked in digital journalism for five years, having previously worked as a Senior SEO Editor at News UK both in London and New York. She joined the Future team in early 2021, working across several brands, including Gardeningetc. Now, she is Senior Content Editor at Ideal Home, taking care of evergreen articles aimed at inspiring people to make the most of their homes and outdoor spaces. With a background in busy newsrooms, she is always hunting down homes news stories, looking up trending terms and interviewing celebrities about their homes. She lives on her own in North London in a small but sunny flat with lots of lovingly cared-for houseplants and window boxes. When she isn’t working, Millie loves reading about interior design, encouraging people to try the 30-day Minimalism Game (look it up!) and seeking out second-hand treasures at antique centres and car boots. She believes a clean and clutter-free space you love coming home every day to is the best secret weapon you could possibly have for your wellbeing.
Latest articles by Millie Hurst
Why lavender is the one plant you need to add to your garden this summer
Plants Every garden smells better with lavender, but some of its other benefits may be news to you...
Never use a pressure washer to remove weeds from your patio, Karcher experts warn
Garden Tools As much as we love a pressure washer, it turns out it can't be used for everything...
By Millie Hurst Last updatedGarden Tools
Gardening expert reveals tip for growing herbs and it costs nothing
Will you be giving this gardening trick a go for spring?
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Alan Titchmarsh shares garden path tip that makes the most of overgrown grass
Gardens Find out how a garden path can be brought to life with a quick bit of strimming and mowing
By Millie Hurst PublishedGardens
Gardening expert David Domoney reveals how to fix a patchy lawn ahead of summer
How to This Morning's gardening expert shares his tips to get a lawn looking putting-green-perfect in no time
By Millie Hurst PublishedHow to