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  1. Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Summer is just round the corner, really, and now is the time to take action so that you can make the most of your summer garden. Tackle our three areas... Read More
  2. 'Fastigiate' trees and shrubs are plant exclamation marks!

    'Fastigiate' trees and shrubs are plant exclamation marks!

    Plants can have different forms, depending on the variety. Some sprawl, some spread, and fastigiate ones stand very straight and upright. They are an exclamation mark in plant form! The... Read More
  3. Your window box will lift the spirits in late winter!

    Your window box will lift the spirits in late winter!

    Crocus chrysanthus 'Prins Claus'. © Ghislain118 www.fleurs-des-montagnes.net Shared under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported licence. Looking ahead, many people will have planted up their winter window box in... Read More
  4. Moving from garden dreams to garden plans

    Moving from garden dreams to garden plans

    The quiet time between Christmas and the New Year is ideal for dreaming garden dreams, looking at books and pondering what will work and how you will do it. Your... Read More
  5. How to turn your plant pots into festive plant pots

    How to turn your plant pots into festive plant pots

    At this time of year, when the focus tends to be indoors, some plant pots can look rather plain and out-of-step with the rest of the Christmas decorations. Are your plant... Read More
  6. How to keep cut flowers going, and flower preservative

    Nice flowers but they need a drink We’re approaching peak time for being presented with a bunch of flowers bought in a hurry from a petrol station forecourt or... Read More
  7. A low maintenance garden for all seasons

    Low Maintenance Garden For a good looking, low maintenance garden, I recommend thinking big, thinking simple and making it your own. And for a garden of any kind, be clear... Read More
  8. Plant summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting raspberries

    Plant summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting raspberries

    Raspberries! You can keep your strawberries! Raspberries are my favourite soft fruit. And as there are both summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting varieties, the season for rasp-lovers is long, running from July... Read More
  9. Free plants: the hardwood cuttings edition

    Free plants: the hardwood cuttings edition

    Welcome to another blog post in our occasional series about taking cuttings to make plants for nothing. For nothing, that is, if you’re prepared to put in a little time... Read More
  10. Clip Virginia creeper and other late autumn gardening jobs

    Clip Virginia creeper and other late autumn gardening jobs

    Virginia creeper has started to cover the windows so the next few weeks are the time to clip it back. It's also time to 'renovate' tangled climbing and rambling roses... Read More
  11. Houseplants: how to care for them over the winter

    Houseplants: how to care for them over the winter

    Houseplants need special care over the winter when the temperature and light levels drop. Pelargoniums also have particular care needs. We tell you what to do so that your plants... Read More
  12. Autumn rains! Be prepared in the garden (1)

    Autumn rains! Be prepared in the garden (1)

    Autumn rains and gales mean it makes sense to clear drainpipes and guttering. We want water directed into the drains and not coming into the house. It's garden hygiene time... Read More

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