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27 Jun

Sun and rain make mark on garden

Petunia Double Fantastic Mix

Well after a long dry May June has certainly made up for it in terms of rainfall.
 Whilst the garden got a good soaking…

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Published Date: 27 Jun 2011
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06 Jun

At last the rain has come

After weeks and weeks of dry weather the rain has come and doesn’t my garden look so much better for it especially as we’ve been…

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Published Date: 06 Jun 2011
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31 May

Reflections on Chelsea

Sweet Dream Rose Bush - 17cm Pot


Sweet Dreams Patio Rose
I have really enjoyed watching the Chelsea coverage this year there were some absolutely stunning gardens. As someone who originally comes…

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Published Date: 31 May 2011
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23 May

Wizzard answer to a shady part of the garden.

 One side of the garden spends a lot of the day in shade. Since moving into the house I’ve been looking for plants that will…

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Published Date: 23 May 2011
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20 Apr

An array of colour

Geranium Atlantic Burgundy

My daughter and I spent an enjoyable few hours this weekend in the garden planting out our plug plants and are now looking forward…

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Published Date: 20 Apr 2011
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04 Apr

Lovely Lilies

Lily San Vincenzo

Yesterday I received a beautiful bunch of lilies from Flying Flowers from my two children for Mothering Sunday. I do love lilies their striking…

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Published Date: 04 Apr 2011
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24 Mar

Spring is finally here

Last weekend the sun game out and I spent the first full day in the garden. I pruned back one of the few shrubs in…

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Published Date: 24 Mar 2011
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13 Mar

Five Flowers That Won’t Cause Allergy Symptoms

Just as the growing season comes into full bloom – so do those pollen allergies. And the sneezing, congestion and watery eyes can make it hard to enjoy the outdoors, let alone work in the garden. But even if you suffer from the seasonal sniffles, you can still grow plenty of beautiful flowers. These five spring and summer beauties have very little pollen, they’re easy to cultivate and, best of all, they won’t send you running for the Kleenex.

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Published Date: 13 Mar 2011
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21 Feb

Seven fascinating and unique gardens

It goes without saying that not all gardens are rectangular in shape and located in front of, or behind, a house.

In a bid to provide you with some inspiration, or simply to entertain you for a few moments, we’ve picked out a few examples of green plots that are far from traditional.

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Published Date: 21 Feb 2011
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15 Feb

Roses are red and lilac too

Scented Roses Collection


Yesterday was Valentines’ Day, and some of the men the country over were buying their loved ones red roses. Yes I got flowers this year…

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Published Date: 15 Feb 2011
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