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  • End of Month View – March 2014

    Month View March 2014

    I have decided to include the view from my living room window as the opening of the End of Month View post.  As you can see Spring as arrived with daffodils,... Read more

    The 31 March 2014 by   Patientgardener
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  • Dig, Extract & Plant a Native Hedge – the Transformation Continues

    Dig, Extract Plant Native Hedge Transformation Continues

    The Transformation of my garden at Beehive Cottage continues. After non stop shredding we had to face the ugly task of digging up what is left of the old hedge ... Read more

    The 19 March 2014 by   Charlottsgarden
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  • Sarcococca Saligna

    Sarcococca Saligna

    (02/02/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Dappled to full shadeFlowering period: Late winterSoil: Moist but well drainedEventual Height: 1.5mEventual Spread: 1. Read more

    The 11 March 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • In A Vase On Monday – French Fancy

    Vase Monday French Fancy

    Wecome to ‘In A Vase On Monday’ when I am linking up with Cathy at Rambling In The Garden to join her challenge to pick a vase of flowers from the garden every... Read more

    The 24 March 2014 by   Julie King
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  • How To Make Cut Alstroemeria Flowers Last Longer

    Make Alstroemeria Flowers Last Longer

    Whether you order or send flowers for a birthday, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day or any other occasion, you want them to last as long as they possibly can. Read more

    The 06 March 2014 by   Simon Crowther
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  • Seed Saving 101: Isolation Distances and Planning Your Garden

    Seed Saving 101: Isolation Distances Planning Your Garden

    My last real post began to explore isolation distances and their role in seed saving. This is a big and complicated topic. I find that sometimes, the best way t... Read more

    The 04 March 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • What's In The Box?

    What's Box?

    Ohh so what's new and in the box? Before I reveal let me show you first this sprouting Eremurus... I love the way that to me they look like tentacles or corals... Read more

    The 16 March 2014 by   Alternativeeden
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  • ANATOMY OF OLD SUN GARDEN - 1 of 2

    ANATOMY GARDEN

    The Sun Garden is broken into two distinct parts. The new garden on the left, which I created by putting in a lasagna garden on top of the lawn within a month o... Read more

    The 23 March 2014 by   Dyarnell
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  • In A Vase On Monday – Carnival Time

    Vase Monday Carnival Time

    Welcome to this week’s ‘In A Vase On Monday’, where I an linking up with Cathy at Rambling In The Garden to see what we can cut from our gardens to fill a vase... Read more

    The 31 March 2014 by   Julie King
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  • Dryopteris Dilatata

    Dryopteris Dilatata

    (02/02/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Dappled shade to full shadeFlowering period: Spores ripen late summer to autumnSoil: Moist, dampEventual Height:... Read more

    The 10 March 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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