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  1. Choose fashionable colour combinations for your garden furniture

    Choose fashionable colour combinations for your garden furniture

    Rattan garden furniture comes in four colour combinations, ranging from the striking to the quite subtle. Each is more than the sum of its parts and each combination will add... Read More
  2. Plant crown imperials in autumn and they flower in spring

    Crown imperials in February? Yes, I know that you plant them in autumn and they flower in April or May. Reading about this remarkable plant in February, though, might lift... Read More
  3. Euphorbia - wonderful winter (and summer) plants

    Euphorbia - wonderful winter (and summer) plants

    Euphorbia – the spurge family – are hugely varied, and while lovely through the year I am reminded in this wintry week of the structure and interest that evergreen varieties... Read More
  4. Flowering hedges - perfect for wildlife and gardeners!

    Flowering hedges - perfect for wildlife and gardeners!

    Flowering hedges have everything going for them. Looks, flowers for insects, berries or fruits for birds, and they do the job of a hedge! Forget hedges as dull, green shapes... Read More
  5. Springtime is almost here - get the look with rattan furniture

    Springtime is almost here - get the look with rattan furniture

    Yes, get the springtime look with rattan furniture! We’re actually a little ahead of the springtime game here. You could say we are stealing a march on March! It’s all... Read More
  6. Create a focal point in your garden - be inspired today!

    Create a focal point in your garden - be inspired today!

    A focal point draws the eye into your garden, sets the mood, makes a statement. And looks lovely. Think of fantastical follies, tempting summer houses and huge statues in National... Read More
  7. Fragrant roast chicken and rice recipe – make an alternative Sunday roast

    Fragrant roast chicken and rice recipe – make an alternative Sunday roast

      https://youtu.be/SX3kv1DDhs8 Give your roast chicken a Middle Eastern twist, with this celebratory dish. Chicken is rubbed with gentle spices, stuffed with rice, and served with a warm yoghurt sauce... Read More
  8. Pale and interesting primroses and their primula cousins

    Pale and interesting primroses and their primula cousins

    Primroses come from a big family called Primula. It’s a family much like anybody else’s – ask too many questions and it starts to get complicated. Here, we’ll talk about... Read More
  9. Time to look after old perennials and to grow new ones from seed

    Herbaceous perennials will soon be starting to grow again as the days lengthen. It’s time to give your old favourites room to grow by tidying up. It could also be... Read More
  10. Remove weed and grass seedlings before they flower and seed

    Remove weed and grass seedlings before they flower and seed

    Weed and grass seeds are happy to germinate in winter, and this winter has helped them along by being quite mild in patches. Unless you take them out, weed and... Read More
  11. Relax - it’s vital to switch off at the end of every day

    Relax, this post is about keeping stress at bay. Busy, intense, full on, exciting – that describes many people’s lives nowadays. There’s always a To Do list. Gruelling commutes followed... Read More
  12. Your future garden - find inspiration and practical ideas

    Your future garden - find inspiration and practical ideas

    Think about your future garden now! Why now? It is not a great time of year to be in the garden: wet or waterlogged lawns, cold winds, snow, brrrr... It... Read More

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