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  1. Choose bedding plants for a bright summer display

    Choose bedding plants for a bright summer display

    The garden centres are full of summer bedding plants, tempting you to buy and plant to brighten up your gardens now the bulbs are mostly over. The late spring bank... Read More
  2. How to grow strawberries – a step by step guide

    How to grow strawberries – a step by step guide

    Garden strawberries (fraises du jardin). © Gilgil and licensed for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported licence. The truth is that home-grown strawberries are simply much... Read More
  3. St George - his countries and their plants

    St George - his countries and their plants

    Today, 23rd April, is St George’s Day. St George, from Syria, is the patron saint of at least a dozen countries, including England. He’s also the patron saint of many... Read More
  4. Palms are a bit exotic – where can I grow them?

    Palms are a bit exotic – where can I grow them?

    Palms have a fairly exotic reputation, linked vaguely with jungles/rainforests, deserts and Mediterranean promenades. They are a big family with around 2,600 species, including all the various rattans which are... Read More
  5. Camellia blooming enthusiastically

    Camellia blooming enthusiastically

    Camellia japonica in Mount Ephraim Gardens, Hernhill, Kent. © Paul Harrop and reused under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ This year is a great year for camellias which are blooming profusely and often... Read More
  6. Herbs to sow and grow on your windowsill

    Herbs to sow and grow on your windowsill

    Grow some fresh green herbs on your windowsill this spring. They make all the difference to food and their brightness will lift your spirit. Grow some herbs on your windowsill... Read More
  7. Visit open gardens to see snowdrops and strikingly yellow aconites

    Visit open gardens to see snowdrops and strikingly yellow aconites

    Winter aconite. By Marilyn Peddle and licensed for reuse under CC BY 2.0. Snowdrops and aconites turn up so reliably from January to March, depending where you are in... Read More
  8. Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty mornings can be perfectly lovely and plants outlined by frost are quite stunning. That is, when you've got time to stand and admire and when you’re sure you’ve protected... Read More
  9. New Year’s resolutions for gardeners

    New Year’s resolutions for gardeners

    Bright and shiny New Year’s resolutions always seem good as we set off into January but they can become a little tarnished as the year gets into its stride. Certainly... Read More
  10. A poinsettia means you won't arrive empty-handed at Christmas

    A poinsettia means you won't arrive empty-handed at Christmas

    A poinsettia or a cyclamen is an ideal emergency Christmas present. You know what I mean: all of a sudden you're invited somewhere or you remember someone you’ve forgotten to... Read More
  11. Bringing the Christmas tree and other evergreens inside

    Bringing the Christmas tree and other evergreens inside

    Mistletoe berries Decorating the home with sweet-smelling evergreens and glistening berries in wintertime is a tradition that goes back centuries or even millennia. The Christmas tree is quite a... Read More
  12. Act now for yummy garlic and broad beans in early summer

    Act now for yummy garlic and broad beans in early summer

    Plant some garlic and sow some broad beans before Christmas to give them a head start. You’ll feel pretty accomplished when they are ready to harvest in the early summer... Read More

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