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  • Unexpected Delights

    Unexpected Delights

    A dry sunny day gave me the opportunity to do some tidying in the garden. In amongst the expected delights of snowdrops, hellebores and witch hazel, there were... Read more

    The 23 January 2014 by   Danielcarruthers
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  • On Being a Botanical Pedant

    Being Botanical Pedant

    Over New Year I went to the Stanley Spencer exhibition ‘Heaven in a Hell of a War’ at Somerset House and found it extraordinarily beautiful despite the... Read more

    The 02 January 2014 by   Danielcarruthers
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  • Cold Spin

    Cold Spin

    The first half of 2014 may go down in the history books as one of the worst winters in years. Everybody is tired of all of the cold and snow and any of the othe... Read more

    The 28 January 2014 by   Thecitrusguy
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  • Pruning Physocarpus (Ninebark) 'Diablo'

    Pruning Physocarpus (Ninebark) 'Diablo'

    I ventured outside early this morning with the intention of ... well ... I actually had no real intention. It was -10 degrees with the wind chill (maybe a sligh... Read more

    The 29 January 2014 by   John Markowski
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  • Grand Canal Square, Dublin, Ireland

    Grand Canal Square, Dublin, Ireland

    The Grand Canal Square is a public square and focal point located within the Dublin Docklands Development area and was designed by Martha Schwartz Partners. Read more

    The 14 January 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Thames Barrier Park, London

    Thames Barrier Park, London

    The Thames Barrier Park is located on the north side of the River Thames at the east end of London adjacent to the Thames barrier. Read more

    The 01 January 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Stock – Matthiola Incana

    Stock Matthiola Incana

    One of the flowers I’ve photographed a couple of times is Stock (matthiola incana) which supposedly is a common garden flower – but I’ve only seen it at a coupl... Read more

    The 14 January 2014 by   Pattyhankins
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  • The Koi Pond: Planting Details

    Pond: Planting Details

    The section of our garden that was featured on our Big Koi Pond Reveal post is a newly developed part of our garden which so happens to have a big pond as its... Read more

    The 08 January 2014 by   Alternativeeden
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  • A Few Members of the Acanthaceae Family

    Members Acanthaceae Family

    In the past few years, I’ve photographed thousands of types of flowers – which means there are thousands and thousands of photos on my hard drive that haven’t... Read more

    The 03 January 2014 by   Pattyhankins
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  • The Snowball Viburnum

    Snowball Viburnum

    It’s all about the snowball viburnum today. The season for these beauties is here! What I love about them is, that each stem has many flower clusters and gives... Read more

    The 28 January 2014 by   Botanicart
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