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  1. Unwind by making a terrarium and watching plants grow

    Unwind by making a terrarium and watching plants grow

    A terrarium is a glass vessel where plants grow, protected from cold and draughts. Whether the vessel is sealed or unsealed, it provides an indoor microclimate and space for a... Read More
  2. Saxifrages are a great choice for gardens where space is limited

    Saxifrages are a big family of perennial plants. They come from habitats as different as exposed mountains and damp woodlands. Some are very easy to grow and others are more... Read More
  3. Pulmonarias have lovely foliage and early flowers for you and the bees

    Pulmonarias are perennials with lovely foliage all the year round and early flowers that you and the bees will love. They are great spring-flowering plants under deciduous shrubs or trees... Read More
  4. How to put a tiny wildlife pond in your outside space

    How to put a tiny wildlife pond in your outside space

    Water, however tiny the pond, brings life and interest to balconies, patios and small gardens. It’s restful, attracts wildlife like birds, dragonflies and frogs, and gives you an opportunity to... Read More
  5. Plant breeding makes 'improved' plants but don’t forget ordinary species!

    Plant breeding makes 'improved' plants but don’t forget ordinary species!

    Plant breeding has been improving plants for centuries. More beautiful, more hardy, more productive, more delicious, bigger, brighter – you name it, amateur and professional plant breeders are interested in... Read More
  6. Pale and interesting primroses and their primula cousins

    Pale and interesting primroses and their primula cousins

    Primroses come from a big family called Primula. It’s a family much like anybody else’s – ask too many questions and it starts to get complicated. Here, we’ll talk about... Read More
  7. Let the beauty of bark stop you in your tracks this winter

    Bark, the protective layer of trees’ stems and roots, is one of those things that’s easy to take for granted. At this time of year, though, gardens and parks are... Read More
  8. Ivy has great potential in the garden - time to think again?

    Ivy has great potential in the garden - time to think again?

    Today we're looking at ivy (Hedera), one of the trio of plants that mark the festive season. (We've already discussed the other two, mistletoe and holly.) It can be a... Read More
  9. Mistletoe! 12 things to know (includes kissing)

    Mistletoe! 12 things to know (includes kissing)

    Mistletoe’s greenly-golden leaves and pearlescent white berries have been part of winter decorations for many centuries. They reassure us that the cold days, weeks and months will pass and new... Read More
  10. Silver fir trees for a small garden

    We like to think of fir trees at this time of year, romantically (and probably only in our imagination) going into the snowy forest to cut one down for our... Read More
  11. Christmas cacti – how to make a good show

    Christmas cacti – how to make a good show

    Christmas cacti with their fountains of white, pink, red or purple flowers are a familiar sight in the winter. They are always admired, especially by people without green fingers, but... Read More
  12. What to make with foraged berries this autumn

    What to make with foraged berries this autumn

    It’s berry time. There are so many beautiful berries this autumn; they seem to be everywhere you look. It’s a great opportunity to make something delicious to eat or drink... Read More

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