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    • Olea europaea (F)

      O. europaea has a rugged, much-branched habit and slow growth, eventually 4.5-9m. Leaves are narrowly obovate or oval, to 7.5cm long, leathery, silvery beneath. Very small white flowers are borne in axillary racemes to 5cm long. Fruit rarely produced in Britain

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  • Gardens focus on the healing power of plants at Chelsea Flower Show 2016 / RHS Gardening

    Her colourful front garden design featured bright borders to lift the spirits, benches to relax and share a chat on, soothing water features, a bee-friendly perennial meadow, edible plants in pots and a stylish kitchen garden...Everything you need to know about this year's show , from plant trends and design ideas to star plants to buy , videos and podcasts

  • Edible flowers/RHS Gardening

    Edible Wild Plants & Herbs by Pamela Michael (Grub Street 2007, ISBN 9781904943730...Plants for a Future ? information about plants with edible and medicinal properties

  • Plants for under trees/RHS Gardening

    A much wider range of plants suited to planting under trees including other cultivars of those listed can be found at RHS Find a Plant...If pollinated, female plants produce purplish edible fruits

  • Expert advice & tips on garden & indoor plants by Graham Rice / RHS Gardening

    These plants will have a lot more details displayed including an image...Given the number of plants in the bean family that we cultivate as ornamentals (think wisteria, genista and sweet peas to name but a few), it's hardly surprising that there should be some very ornamental edibles included in their ranks

  • Discover unusual edible herbs to grow, as chosen by the RHS's Graham Rice / RHS Gardening

    These plants will have a lot more details displayed including an image...AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme...Plants can go outside in summer, but must be brought in to a warm room for the winter

  • RHS new plants blog: Luscious mulberry wins plant of the year / RHS Gardening

    Forty years ago a Japanese plant breeder, Hajime Matsunaga, resolved to develop a new mulberry that would fruit when the plants were still very young, would develop fruits over a long season, would produce fruits without another variety as pollinator, and would be happy in a patio container without any special care...The achievement of his goals led to the Charlotte Russe mulberry being voted Chelsea Plant of the Year at this year?s show, the first edible to receive the award...I was especially struck...

  • Find out what's hot with Graham Rice's new plants blog / RHS Gardening

    These plants will have a lot more details displayed including an image...Inside each orange bell is an edible orange berry which is the only part of the whole plant which is not poisonous

  • Garden thugs: potential nuisance plants/RHS Gardening

    Bulbous plants such as Oxalis can produce tiny new bulbs, or offsets, which are scattered every time a clump is dug up, spreading the problem rather than controlling it...Other garden plants that can become prolific self-seeders include Anemanthele lessoniana , camassia , chives , fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Nectaroscordum siculum , sisyrinchium and Verbena bonariensis...For woodier plants, choose triclopyr (SBK Brushwood Killer) or glyphosate formulated for stump killing (e.g. Deep Root Ultra Tree...

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