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  • Spring Break with Sable

    Spring Break with Sable

    Thank Heavens for a sunny window. I arrived home last night, greeted by snow flurries, after a glorious long weekend in the hot New Mexico desert. But, I was... Read more

    The 16 April 2013 by   Kate_miller
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  • Plant of the Week: Cercidiphyllum Japonicum

    Plant Week: Cercidiphyllum Japonicum

    Cercidiphyllum japonicum (21/04/2013)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: SpringSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 15m (40m in the... Read more

    The 25 April 2013 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Plant of the Week: Dicentra Formosa

    Plant Week: Dicentra Formosa

    Dicentra formosa (23/03/201, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Partial shadeFlowering period: Late spring to summerSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height:... Read more

    The 10 April 2013 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Ready...... Steady.....

    Ready...... Steady.....

    It's nearly boing time - that brilliant moment when the trees burst into leaf and you know that the new growing season is upon you. Read more

    The 22 April 2013 by   Tuckshopgardener
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  • I'm Sure It Said It Was a Dinosaur on the Label

    Sure Said Dinosaur Label

    More or less this time last year I went to a plant fair at Swines Meadow Farm Nursery in Market Deeping. It was a cold, snowy, windy sort of day so it was very... Read more

    The 28 April 2013 by   Ozhene
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  • Seedy Pots

    Seedy Pots

    When we did the makeover of our garden in early spring last year, one of the things I wanted to do was reduce the number of things growing in pots here. I had... Read more

    The 24 April 2013 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Fading to Brown

    Fading Brown

    Anyone who has grown the fussier Australian native plants knows how it goes. One week it's apparently healthy and green, defying the experts who said it'd... Read more

    The 05 April 2013 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Flitting Time for Snowdrops

    Flitting Time Snowdrops

    Grabbed a quick hour in the garden before tea (northern English 'tea' - the evening meal, not the southern English light snack at 3 o'clock) and enjoyed the blu... Read more

    The 04 April 2013 by   Tuckshopgardener
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  • GUERRILLA GARDENING PLANS - Allium Molly

    GUERRILLA GARDENING PLANS Allium Molly

    I find that a good way to ensure I follow up on plans to guerrilla garden is to make a public commitment, so here goes.I am going to plant some Allium Molly... Read more

    The 28 April 2013 by   Dyarnell
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  • Waiting for Spring to Arrive

    Waiting Spring Arrive

    A cold, snowy March put a stop to much garden and blogging activity but now that April has arrived, the weather as well as the spirit seems to be lifting. Read more

    The 11 April 2013 by   Jules
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