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Edcuation Gardener Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Edcuation of a Gardener

Primula marginata laciniataI cancelled my RHS membership this week, well I cancelled the renewal of it.  This hasn’t been an easy decision which is ridiculous given that it is... Read more

Spring’s Gone Undercover Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Spring’s Gone Undercover

While all remains frozen in time outdoors, the RHS Spring Show in London revealed many of the delights we have been missing.  As always I was smitten by the Lilliputian perfection... Read more

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    The 08 March 2013 by   Dyarnell
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    Château de la Bourdaisière is elegantly situated on a 54-hectare estate of combined gardens and mixed woodlots in the famed Loire Valley. Read more

    The 06 March 2013 by   Frame To Frame - Bob And Jean
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    The 07 March 2013 by   Botanicart
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    The 20 March 2013 by   Alternativeeden
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    The 27 March 2013 by   Patientgardener
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    The 14 March 2013 by   Polmast
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    The 29 March 2013 by   Yankeepants
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  • Plants for a Shady Spot

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