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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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  • Plant of the month: A sensational ...

    By RHS Gardener
    A super-early daffodil brings unseasonal cheer to bleak February days

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  • Plant of the month: mysterious hebe

    By RHS Gardener
    A strange and beautiful plant lurks on the Winter Walk, waiting to confuse and beguile ...

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  • Plant of the month: super skimmia

    By RHS Gardener
    Everyone likes a low-maintenance plant with a long season of interest and skimmias fit the ...

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  • November plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    An exquisite spindle that couldn't be easier to grow

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  • Winter wonders

    By Amy Croxton
    Saying hallo to autumn and looking forward to the festive season

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  • October plant of the month: autumn ...

    By RHS Gardener
    This lovely white daisy really stands out among the rich colours of autumn

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  • Wanders in the garden

    By Katherine Musgrove
    Weekends at Harlow Carr include looking after some feathered friends and enjoying late summer ...

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