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  1. Layering tulips and other bulbs in pots

    Layering tulips and other bulbs in pots

    Tulips, daffodils and irises are the bulbs I'm going to plant in layers in a container, to produce wave after wave after wave of flowers in the spring. I've waited... Read More
  2. Pot up rooted cuttings, and divide perennials to fill garden gaps

    Pot up rooted cuttings, and divide perennials to fill garden gaps

    Pot up rooted cuttings Autumn is the time to pot up successfully rooted cuttings, taken earlier in the year. This will give them enough room to stretch out in their... Read More
  3. Plant trees now, and celebrate Apple Day!

    Plant trees now, and celebrate Apple Day!

    Trees have so many benefits that if they didn't exist we'd have to invent them! Plant one this year to enjoy next year. And 21st October is Apple Day, celebrating... Read More
  4. Sedum spectabile brings Autumn Joy: colour, bees and butterflies

    Sedum spectabile brings Autumn Joy: colour, bees and butterflies

    The ice plant, Sedum spectabile, is a magnet in autumn for beautiful and beneficial insects like red admiral butterflies and bees. I like the variety 'Autumn Joy', a wonderful rose... Read More
  5. Michaelmas daisies boost the garden with warm autumn colour

    Michaelmas daisies can provide warm autumn colour in late summer and autumn when most flowers are coming to an end. Bees love their open flowers. Michaelmas daisies Michaelmas daisies (sometimes... Read More
  6. Gardening novices, this is what to do in autumn!

    Gardening novices, this is what to do in autumn!

    Gardening novices, this is for you! Here we bring together the main points of what to do in autumn, with links to our more detailed blog posts. Autumn begins on... Read More
  7. Portishead garden transformation – a look at some gorgeous plants

    Portishead garden transformation – a look at some gorgeous plants

    It’s always fun to look at the plants chosen by other people. Which plants were used in a transformed Portishead garden, to go along with Rattan Direct’s outdoor sofa set... Read More
  8. Trim your hedge!

    Trim your hedge!

    Hedges are part of ancient and modern landscapes. Cutting or laying hedges to control their growth began in Britain 4,000 or more years ago and as farmland and animal enclosures... Read More
  9. Blackberries! It's time to go brambling

    Blackberries! It's time to go brambling

    Blackberries are quite delicious. You can grow them in your garden but, for me, blackberries from the hedgerow or from brambles growing over from the neighbour’s garden are the best... Read More
  10. Dahlias give you parrots and sunshine in your garden

    Dahlias give you parrots and sunshine in your garden

    What are dahlias and where do they come from? The dahlia is the national flower of Mexico. It was introduced into Europe at the end of the eighteenth century and... Read More
  11. Order spring bulbs now! (I know it feels a bit early)

    Order spring bulbs now! (I know it feels a bit early)

    Spring bulbs on my mind It seems a long way in the future but this is the time to order spring bulbs for planting in the autumn. I’d like my... Read More
  12. 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

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