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Continuing our weekly piece on the varying colour schemes of a garden and how best to compliment and consolidate them, this week the colour is pink – a colour that will bring a soft, warm glow to any ...
Since Juliet first lamented, and earlier still, all manner of flowers, trees and shrubs have been used as a form of language due to either their appearance, or their meaning to the beholder - symbolic...
Etymology, or the origin of words, is a fascinating subject, particularly where plants are concerned. Oft named after the discoverer’s love interest, or for the characters of fables and fairy tales, o...
We have only just become aware of the fact that there is a national tree register, whose patron is the Prince of Wales, which has compiled and maintained a list around 4,000 of the most superlative tr...
In Cuba, word is spreading like a wild fire of a new use for a weed that has blighted the local agricultural industry for decades.  With the growth of the sugar industry during the reign of the Soviet...
Last week we gave you information on proper pruning techniques and its many benefits, however even the most dedicated maintenance cannot make a large tree suitable for a small garden, and this week we...
Continuing our weekly segment on different plant based colour schemes, we now address red and blues first child – purple. As usual our list includes cultivation dos and don’ts, where best to place the...
There are fewer habits a gardener can develop that are of greater benefit than composting. Dedication and persistence are rewarded with a cost effective means to fertilize your garden, not to mention ...
The Royal Horticultural Society have recently published a public interest story concerning the rising prices and popularity of allotment gardening and you may be shocked to find out how plot space tra...
Continuing our colour coding of the garden, this week, if yellow is your thing, we bring you a host of butter-toned cultivars. Yellow is considered, in psychological circles, to effects one’s self est...
Everybody loves fruit - it’s nature’s ice cream with more than forty flavours, it’s the backbone of our vitamin intake, not to mention a good looking addition to the garden. 
Continuing from our previous piece concerning the introduction of select colour schemes within the garden, we now bring you a variety of cool, blue cultivars to compliment the fiery shades we talked a...
To many, a garden is just a glorified bouquet, somewhere to apply an artistic touch and allow nature to do the leg work and, while the aesthetic appeal of this idea is undeniable, to truly appreciate ...
While an experienced gardener will have a knack for best taking advantage of the space they’ve got, for example with the correct balance of small to large plants or how their borders are positioned, t...
We are all perhaps familiar with the stress and difficulty that comes from attempting propagation of our beloved perennial plants using cuttings or division, particularly the ever present threat of di...

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