Libraries

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  • Gardens and War

    By Fiona Davison
    The Lindley Library and the Garden Museum are collaborating for an exhibition on another, less ...

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  • Art for inspiration in the Library

    By Fran Watkins
    You know when you have a creative itch that needs scratching, but you’re just not sure ...

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  • The daffodil and the eelworm

    By Gill Gibbins
    The name of James Kirkham Ramsbottom deserves to be far better known, on a par with the lovely ...

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  • As seen on TV...

    By Gaynor Messenger
    Garden historian Katie Campbell’s talk about four iconic British Gardens, on 16 ...

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  • Pest destruction calendar, by the firm ...

    By Brent Elliott
    The making of charts is a difficult business: how do you relate several different types of ...

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  • Remembering the fallen Wisley students ...

    By Debora Hodgson
    At RHS Garden Wisley, we've been commemorating the trainee gardeners who went off to war a ...

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  • Ce n'est pas un filing cabinet

    By Lucy Waitt
    This is not just a filing cabinet. It is a tardis, and a time capsule of garden history...

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  • Garden Open Today

    By Gaynor Messenger
    It’s early July and garden enthusiasts take to the road, on the look-out for new plant ...

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  • Restoring a Jekyll garden

    By Vicky French
    A recent talk by renowned Jekyll expert Rosamund Wallinger shed new light on the life and work ...

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  • Restoring a Jekyll garden

    By Vicky French
    A recent talk by renowned Jekyll expert Rosamund Wallinger shed new light on the life and work ...

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  • Old Roses, New Exhibition

    By Global Administrator
    First time loan of Graham Stuart Thomas paintings to Mottisfont's 'Gardens of ...

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  • Brute enemies?

    By Fiona Davison
    Cats have had a mixed press as far as gardens are concerned.

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