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  1. Autumn flowering bulbs gleam from September to November

    Autumn flowering bulbs gleam from September to November

    I don’t want to jinx the weather if it’s gloriously sunny and your plans include relaxing in the garden or being out and about. Autumn will seem far, far away... Read More
  2. Pelargoniums really thrive in hot summers

    Pelargoniums really thrive in hot summers

    The rain is sheeting down outside as I write and I’m seriously wondering whether summer is over. I’m not alone in doing this, of course. We all know that these... Read More
  3. Seasonal plants: think about hydrangeas

    Seasonal plants: think about hydrangeas

    Why think about hydrangeas? I met a wonderful Hydrangea paniculata last summer at Greencombe gardens, West Porlock, in Somerset. This small garden, designed and planted by Joan Lorraine, is an... Read More
  4. Roses, roses all through the months of June and July

    Roses, roses all through the months of June and July

    June and July are the months of the rose, dreamily, fragrantly, most definitely, the months of the rose. Whatever else is thrown at us, June and July almost always bring... Read More
  5. Seasons. Summer begins on 21 June – or is it 1 May or 1 June?

    Seasons. Summer begins on 21 June – or is it 1 May or 1 June?

    Field Rose (Rosa arvensis), generally thought to be Shakespeare's sweet musk rose. © Copyright Robin Stott and licensed for re-use under Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Gardeners look... Read More
  6. Make yourself a fabulous outdoor succulent pan

    Make yourself a fabulous outdoor succulent pan

    A succulent pan ... Um, thanks, but what’s that? It’s a shallow container filled with low maintenance succulent plants of different colours and textures that change with the seasons. (We’re... Read More
  7. Plant for fruit from your garden

    Plant for fruit from your garden

    Plant for fruit from your garden - rhubarb! Not a fruit, but we eat it as a fruit, rhubarb is celebrated in Wakefield, the centre of England’s 'Rhubarb Triangle', in... Read More
  8. Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs or sinks Revive your patio with an easy to keep alpine trough or pot. Shallow sink with crocks before planting alpines (Sarah Buchanan) Choose a container: stone troughs... Read More
  9. May 1st, the start of summer? Yes, it's a day for gardening!

    May 1st, the start of summer? Yes, it's a day for gardening!

    May 1st, the start of summer? May 1st and we think of maypoles with brightly coloured ribbons and country dancing at school. That is quite modern! To the Celts, May... Read More
  10. Gorgeous gardens and gorgeous vegetables

    Gorgeous gardens and gorgeous vegetables

    Gorgeous gardens! Visit and be inspired Thinking of sitting on a comfortable chair, in your sunny garden, and what do you see? If the view isn’t the gorgeous garden you... Read More
  11. Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnificent magnolias in flower Magnolias have been looking magnificent this year. The magnolias in flower in the spring are deciduous (they lose their leaves in autumn/winter) and usually flower before... Read More
  12. Spring is here - April shrubs, ground cover and must-haves

    Spring is here - April shrubs, ground cover and must-haves

    Spring blossom, catkins, green leaves on trees. Spring is HERE and NOW. And my garden doesn’t look as good as it could and I am ready for action: with a... Read More

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