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  • Forsythia x Intermedia

    Forsythia Intermedia

    (16/03/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to light shadeFlowering period: SpringSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 4mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 20 March 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • A Mild Sense Of Panic

    Mild Sense Panic

    After almost three weeks away from the Priory, the difference on my return is marked and, for late March, the garden far more advanced than usual.  (I shall do ... Read more

    The 30 March 2014 by   David Marsden
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  • Mrs McGregor's Cutting Garden

    McGregor's Cutting Garden

    Aster Little CarlowThe soil is finally beginning to dry out a little and I am hoping to start digging the allotment this week. Read more

    The 21 March 2014 by   Notcuttsuk
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  • My Garden This Weekend – 23rd March 2014

    Garden This Weekend 23rd March 2014

    The weather this weekend has been more than changeable.  One moment brilliant sunshine, *as you can see, the next grey and hail stones.  The constant theme has... Read more

    The 23 March 2014 by   Patientgardener
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  • AUGUST BEAUTY - 2 of 3

    AUGUST BEAUTY

    My friend's massive and ever-blooming gardens have lots of beautifully contrasting colours. Low growing annual petunias and perennial ground covers are found... Read more

    The 21 March 2014 by   Dyarnell
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  • Book Review: Backyard Blueprints

    Book Review: Backyard Blueprints

    I have to admit that Backyard Blueprints isn’t the sort of book I would normally buy as it has a design focus which isn’t my real interest. Read more

    The 13 March 2014 by   Patientgardener
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  • Drimys Winteri

    Drimys Winteri

    (16/03/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to light shadeFlowering period: Late spring to summerSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 10mEventual... Read more

    The 21 March 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • A Day With Emily Quinton

    With Emily Quinton

    Recently I had the pleasure of spending a full day concentrating on improving my camera skills at a Makelight Workshop run by the talented Emily Quinton who... Read more

    The 18 March 2014 by   Julie King
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  • Wildlife Gardening

    Wildlife Gardening

    While I sit here typing this I am watching, despite the drizzle and cool temperatures outside, a pair of blackbirds collect moss and plant debris from the edge... Read more

    The 25 March 2014 by   Jules
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  • If It’s March …

    It’s March

    … then it must be time for a walk; a good long walk.  Early each year I hang up my secateurs, lock the greenhouse, pack a rucksack and go walking.  And this yea... Read more

    The 08 March 2014 by   David Marsden
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