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  1. Why water garden plants and pots?

    Why water garden plants and pots?

    Why water garden plants and pots? Plants are 90% water. They may need your help to get what they need, that is why we water garden plants and pots and... Read More
  2. Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors Houseplants offer colours, shapes and sizes to suit every room and mood. With a little care many live for years. Most appreciate some TLC as summer... Read More
  3. Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs or sinks Revive your patio with an easy to keep alpine trough or pot. Shallow sink with crocks before planting alpines (Sarah Buchanan) Choose a container: stone troughs... Read More
  4. It’s a tonic! (And grit and vermiculite)

    It’s a tonic! (And grit and vermiculite)

    Do your plants need a tonic? Do you need a tonic? Sometimes everything starts to feel much too much and you begin to have that dragging feeling. Does that sound... Read More
  5. Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Strawberries and cream - on your table! Strawberry plants have pretty flowers now, and flavours to savour in the summer. Six steps to strawberries in your garden Try a strawberry... Read More
  6. Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnificent magnolias in flower Magnolias have been looking magnificent this year. The magnolias in flower in the spring are deciduous (they lose their leaves in autumn/winter) and usually flower before... Read More
  7. Keep on weeding, they say. But what is a weed?

    Keep on weeding, they say. But what is a weed?

    Plants in the garden are really revving up now, weeds included. They’re racing to grow, flower and set seed. It’s their purpose in life. But what is a weed? As... Read More
  8. Gardening lingo tips, and a table in the garden

    Gardening lingo tips, and a table in the garden

    Gardening lingo: annuals, biennials, bi-annuals, perennials Over the decades and centuries gardening has developed its own language. Some words and phrases have been borrowed from allied fields (pun not intended... Read More
  9. Choosing plants, cold weather protection and compost - tips!

    Choosing plants, cold weather protection and compost - tips!

    Choosing plants for your garden Different plants need different amounts of sun or shade and water. Some only grow well in soils that are acidic – others in alkaline chalky... Read More
  10. Spring is here - April shrubs, ground cover and must-haves

    Spring is here - April shrubs, ground cover and must-haves

    Spring blossom, catkins, green leaves on trees. Spring is HERE and NOW. And my garden doesn’t look as good as it could and I am ready for action: with a... Read More
  11. Sunny days and April showers - fruit and vegetables

    Sunny days and April showers - fruit and vegetables

    Time to prepare to grow some fruit and veg that will be good for you, the environment (no food miles), and fun. My Dad started me off with a packet... Read More
  12. Many Clouds?

    Many Clouds?

    Are you hosting a Grand National gathering? If so, good news! Forecasters say the odds are (8/1) for a little sunshine with not too “Many Clouds”! Could it be time... Read More

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