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  1. The English daisy, Spanish daisy and marguerite are cheerful in the garden

    Apart from lawns (and that is a matter of taste), the daisy goes with practically everything. Everyone recognises their ray-like petals (actually individual ‘ray flowers’) arranged around a button-like centre... Read More
  2. How to help bees and other pollinators beyond World Honey Bee Day

    We’re very keen on bees here. In fact, one of us actually keeps honey bees and is a local honey bee swarm collector! Today is World Honey Bee Day, and... Read More
  3. Geums are colourful easy plants to grow and look great

    Geums are colourful easy plants to grow and look great

    Geums or avens have got so much going for them. They are beautiful. They are slug-resistant. They are almost evergreen hardy perennials that form clumps, providing excellent ground cover and... Read More
  4. Help in the garden: the three sisters and other companion plants

    Help in the garden: the three sisters and other companion plants

    Certain plants growing together - companion planting - can be of mutual benefit and help one other to thrive. It’s a technique that’s been around for years and is certainly... Read More
  5. Sedum spectabile brings Autumn Joy: colour, bees and butterflies

    Sedum spectabile brings Autumn Joy: colour, bees and butterflies

    The ice plant, Sedum spectabile, is a magnet in autumn for beautiful and beneficial insects like red admiral butterflies and bees. I like the variety 'Autumn Joy', a wonderful rose... Read More
  6. Pyracantha in red, orange or yellow can look quite amazing

    Pyracantha in red, orange or yellow can look quite amazing

    Pyracantha is a shrub which produces bright red, orange or yellow berries in the autumn. It can look quite amazing. Pyracantha comes from two Greek words: pyr - fire and... Read More
  7. Self-seeding plants: the green, amber and red options

    Self-seeding plants: the green, amber and red options

    Self-seeding plants are starting to fill my garden with lots of new ones. And I haven’t paid a penny for them. At this time of year self-seeding (a.k.a. self-setting) plants... Read More

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