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  • Plant of the month: Chinese plumbago

    By: RHS Gardener
    This hardy plumbago brings fire and ice to the autumn garden

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  • Mountain giant - the Himalayan lily

    By: RHS Gardener
    It may be little known but the giant lily makes a huge addition to any garden

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  • Harlow Carr Flower Show - behind the ...

    By: Naomi Mackay
    Harlow Carr’s second annual flower show promises to be a three-day floral feast. Events ...

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  • Multi-coloured marvels

    By: Naomi Mackay
    One group of plants that encapsulates the very spirit of RHS Garden Harlow Carr, is the ...

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  • True blue star steals the show

    By: Naomi Mackay
    The eye-catching Himalayan blue poppy has no problem standing out from the crowd in May

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  • Up and coming at Harlow Carr

    By: Alison Goding
    Cultivating both plants and people to ensure a bright future for horticulture

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  • Digging up the past

    By: Damaris Bedford
    It’s always a bit of a surprise to be reminded each spring what is actually buried under ...

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  • Plant of the month: bearded rhododendron

    By: RHS Gardener
    This early-flowering rhododendron makes a beautiful plant with year-round interest

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  • A 'spring' in our step

    By: Amy Croxton
    Hidden bunnies, trails of tulips and the perfect treat for Mother's Day - Harlow ...

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  • Plant of the month: holly-leaved ...

    By: RHS Gardener
    A dependable evergreen steps into the limelight

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  • Dry-stones and daphnes

    By: Katherine Musgrove
    Amid hard rocks and frost, scented flowers bloom

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  • Grab yourself a bargain book

    By: Ben Sherwood
    Sale now on at the Harlow Carr Library!

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