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  1. How to make more aloe vera plants (easy)

    How to make more aloe vera plants (easy)

    I’ve been seeing all kinds of succulents around more and more recently but aloe vera is particularly on trend. It’s easy to grow, of course, and it’s also used in... Read More
  2. It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    Hurricanes, tropical storms, autumnal gales and all the rest – wind is very much in the news at present. It’s a good idea to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs so... Read More
  3. Plant camassias now - my favourite spring bulb

    Plant camassias now - my favourite spring bulb

    Camassias are perhaps my favourite spring bulbs because they are always such a wonderful surprise. The plants bloom with beautiful star-shaped flowers in white, china blue, sky blue, lavender or... Read More
  4. Clipping hedges in September keeps the garden looking neat

    Clipping hedges in September keeps the garden looking neat

    Clipping encourages hedges to grow tightly packed, healthy shoots. These can be trimmed to a good shape with a smooth face which creates a good wind break. If hedges are... Read More
  5. How to show garden pests the cold shoulder in autumn

    How to show garden pests the cold shoulder in autumn

    Autumn is a great time to show pests the cold shoulder as you clear up plant debris and piles of pots in the garden. Here's what I do. First, though... Read More
  6. Time to trim and clip pyracantha, lavender, rosemary, santolina

    Time to trim and clip pyracantha, lavender, rosemary, santolina

    Shrubs have been looking fantastic in my garden this year. When we’re all so busy it’s tempting to give them their heads and let them romp away. Don’t! They really... Read More
  7. Grow blackcurrants for a bonanza of deliciousness

    Grow blackcurrants for a bonanza of deliciousness

    It’s turning out to be a great year for blackcurrants. People with bushes have more than enough for their needs, and the needs of their family, friends and neighbours. They... Read More
  8. Seven desert cacti and how to make them flower indoors

    Seven desert cacti and how to make them flower indoors

    Most of us have seen desert cacti, perhaps looking rather unloved and dusty on a window sill. It needn’t be like this! Their flowers are simply spectacular and they are... Read More
  9. 5 ways to care for your summer containers

    5 ways to care for your summer containers

    Summer containers are looking so good at the moment. Keep them flowering and continuing to look good from summer into autumn by investing some time and paying them a little... Read More
  10. Hostas and how to protect them from snails and other pests

    Hostas and how to protect them from snails and other pests

    Hostas are mainly grown for their wonderful foliage which adds strength to any planting scheme. They are a very large and diverse group whose leaves, patterns, colours, flowers and size... Read More
  11. Half-term project: planting out young plants

    Half-term project: planting out young plants

    Young plants – vegetables and flowers – will grow fast over the next few months if you plant them out now. They like the warmth of summer and any summer... Read More
  12. How to lift and divide overcrowded daffodils and other spring bulbs

    How to lift and divide overcrowded daffodils and other spring bulbs

    If you lift and divide overcrowded clumps of spring bulbs now you’ll have more bulbs to plant – free! – and a better display next spring. Daffodils outside Melton Hall... Read More

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