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  • Malaysian Ginger

    There is place for every plant to flourish well. It was a delight to find a Beehive Ginger, botanically named Zingiber spectabile with so many bright red... Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   Stephanie
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  • Product Review – Garden Trough

    Mia Fleur have invited me to review a couple of the planters in their product range. Mia Fleur are an online boutique which specialises in interior design... Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   Patientgardener
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  • A Waiting Game

    Patience is an important virtue for a gardener to possess. Sometimes there is not a lot you can do with / for / to a crop, other than wait for it to mature. Thi... Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   Mwillis
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  • Book Review: Paradise Gardens by Toby Musgrave

    Regular readers will know that I recently completed a garden history course written and delivered by Toby Musgrave for My Garden School. Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   Ozhene
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  • Firmiana Simplex

    (15/08/2015, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: SummerSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 15mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Win A Copy Of ‘Oxford College Gardens’

    After several months, it must be time for a book give-away.And this is it.  ‘Oxford College Gardens’ by Tim Richardson, is published today by Frances Lincoln an... Read more

    The 03 September 2015 by   David Marsden
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  • Wildlife Wednesday – Summer Pollinators and Others

    Its been a while since I was able to take part in Wildlife Wednesday. Our rural internet speed dipped to an all time low and then all but vanished for the... Read more

    The 02 September 2015 by   Gardeningjules
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  • Vegetable Pakoras

    One of my favourite Indian foods are pakoras. I love this crispy, spicy, snack. It’s perfect as part of a meal, but equally good as a savoury treat. Read more

    The 02 September 2015 by   Spadeforkspoon
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  • Apples and Pears

    Do you know what Cockney Rhyming Slang is? This is what Wikipedia says:-Rhyming slang is a form of phrase construction in the English language that is especiall... Read more

    The 02 September 2015 by   Mwillis
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  • Fraxinus Excelsior ‘Pendula’

    (15/08/2015, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period: SpringSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 15mEventual Spread: 15mHardiness: 4b, 5a,... Read more

    The 02 September 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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