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  • Aching Back

    Aching Back

    Yeah, yeah... I know. Blowing the seeds from a dead Dandelion is big fun. But, you could you please blow them in the opposite direction of my beloved garden?... Read more

    The 25 May 2015 by   Kate_miller
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  • Happiness on the Plots

    Happiness Plots

    Forget any and all of the glumness I spilt forth in my previous post as this past weekend it was all change; sunshine, sustained hard work, planting out, a... Read more

    The 28 May 2015 by   Chrryblossomtat2
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  • The Greenhouse Review – May

    Greenhouse Review

    I cannot believe that I am already writing my May greenhouse review!! However hard I try to live in the moment, time just seems to fly by too quickly. Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Julie King
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  • Plants That Pleased at Chelsea

    Plants That Pleased Chelsea

    I’ve been trawling through my many images of Chelsea and. Some are just for admiring – others I may well emulate. Orange was definitely the colour du jour with... Read more

    The 30 May 2015 by   Danielcarruthers
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  • Pleioblastus Linearis

    Pleioblastus Linearis

    (04/04/2015, Kyoto Botanic Gardens, Kyoto, Japan)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: N/ASoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 4mEventual... Read more

    The 28 May 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • The Secret to Growing Poppies

    Secret Growing Poppies

    If you read much gardening literature, you’ll eventually come across some plant for which the consensus seems to be that anyone can grow it, it’s totally... Read more

    The 15 May 2015 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • CAN YOU SPOT THE DIFFERENCE? - Fern Edition

    SPOT DIFFERENCE? Fern Edition

    Although I have transplanted many ferns onto my cottage property I have focused alongside the path it became apparent to me just last year how much of a need fo... Read more

    The 13 May 2015 by   Dyarnell
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  • Keteleeria Davidiana

    Keteleeria Davidiana

    (04/04/2015, Kyoto Botanic Garden, Kyoto, Japan)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: SpringSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height:... Read more

    The 29 May 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Of Trilliums and Other Shady Things

    Trilliums Other Shady Things

    Today I went to the inaugural meeting of the HPS Shade and Woodland Group which conveniently for me was held near Tewkesbury where I go for my monthly HPS... Read more

    The 23 May 2015 by   Patientgardener
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  • Blooms Under The Clouds

    Blooms Under Clouds

    The sky is filled with clouds most of the time but somehow there were lots of grassy weeds in spite of the lack of sunlight. I had to spend some time pulling... Read more

    The 27 May 2015 by   Stephanie
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