If you enjoy a spot of gardening and love watching the landscape change with the seasons, you’re sure to know that there are many garden pests out there that seem to delight in ruining all your hard work. And now the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed the worst of all these garden pests, with slugs, snails and honey fungus coming top of the rundown for 2016. The year before, slugs and snails were actually pushed off the top of the list by the box tree moth, but it seems that gardeners the UK over are finding them troublesome once again. Others featured in the top ten included glasshouse thrips and fuchsia gall mite. The latter was first spotted in the UK back in 2007 and has since become widespread in southern England. These mites...