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February 2012: Vol 137, Part 2

February 2012

The Garden

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February 2012

The Garden

February 2012 February 2012

February 2012

The Garden

February 2012 February 2012

February 2012

The Garden

February 2012 February 2012

February 2012

The Garden

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February 2012

The Garden

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February 2012

The Garden

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Gardens

  • Drift by the spiritual home of snowdrops

    Colesbourne Park in Gloucestershire has a history steeped in snowdrop ancestry, as Stephen Anderton describes.

  • Spring awakening

    Tim Ingram visits Chestnut Farm, a Norfolk garden where drifts of
    snowdrops and crocus announce the arrival of spring.

Plants

Advice

  • RHS Advice

    This month’s topics include pruning camellias, naturalising camassias, and buying summer-flowering bulbous plants – with reminders of jobs for February.

  • Garden practice - sowing without peat

    Nick Morgan shows how improving peat-free growing media with different additives can increase the success of seed germination and the rooting of cuttings.

  • Why grow heritage?

    Ahead of the launch of his new book, Toby Musgrave explains why the preservation of heritage crops is so important.

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