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  1. Plan and plant a sensory bed or border in your garden

    Plan and plant a sensory bed or border in your garden

    For a WOW factor in any garden, choose plants that give all your senses a treat and create a sensory bed or border. Read about how to plan for plants... Read More
  2. 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
  3. Plants for your autumn and winter kitchen

    Plants for your autumn and winter kitchen

    Plants in the kitchen are a great way of lifting the spirits in autumn and winter. Something green or even flowering brings cheer into the house in the dark days... Read More
  4. 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
  5. Garden hedges for edges: choosing and caring for dwarf hedges

    Garden hedges for edges: choosing and caring for dwarf hedges

    Garden hedges conjure up images of wonderfully clipped and cared for beech hedges in the suburbs, privet hedges in towns and cities, yew hedges around churchyards, and all sorts in... Read More
  6. 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
  7. How to have a great outdoor space (easy and doable)

    How to have a great outdoor space (easy and doable)

    You’ve got little or no gardening knowledge and you want a great outdoor space? That’s OK. Just read on. You don’t need to know lots about gardening or have green... Read More
  8. Late summer hair cuts for lavender, rosemary and box

    Late summer hair cuts for lavender, rosemary and box

    Late summer is the time to cut back lavender, rosemary and box edges and hedges. Hair cuts all round as the autumn sets in! Keeping things under control Lavender, rosemary... Read More
  9. Enjoy the summer scent of lavender in winter

    Enjoy the summer scent of lavender in winter

    Lavender is blooming in gardens all around me in the South West of England and, with a soundtrack of buzzing bees and a wonderful scent on warm evenings, summer really... Read More
  10. Take cuttings and be part of the spring/summer surge

    Take cuttings and be part of the spring/summer surge

    Benefit from the impetus of the ‘May flush’ The ‘May flush’ is that wonderful swelling of energy when everywhere begins to burst enthusiastically with fresh new growth. Over these past... Read More
  11. The exam period - how the garden can help before, during and after

    The exam period - how the garden can help before, during and after

    May is the month for summer exams. Even if you are lucky enough not to be living in an exam household, you will probably know others who are or people... Read More

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