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  • Raring to go…

    By Louise Taylor
    We’re all ready to start the new academic year, and looking forward to welcoming more ...

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  • September plant of the month - a ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Rudbeckias are fantastic plants for delivering a long flowering display from late summer well ...

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  • Something for everyone

    By Amy Croxton
    Our Events Manager gives an insight into upcoming events

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  • Plant of the month: amazing ...

    By RHS Gardener
    If there was only one hydrangea to recommend for many situations, and to fit all tastes, the ...

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  • Shining a light on bulbs

    By Alison Goding
    Planning this year’s autumn planting is already well under way

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  • Social Media….1950s style!

    By Damaris Bedford
    An incredible 54-year journal archive, evocative and full of Yorkshire wit, charts the first ...

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  • Plant of the month – the smoke ...

    By RHS Gardener
    This stunning shrub ticks all the right boxes – colourful foliage and an impressive ...

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  • Basking in the show's success

    By Katherine Musgrove
    As the dust settles after the whirlwind of the first-ever Harlow Carr Flower Show, everyone ...

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  • It's showtime!

    By Amy Croxton
    Our new Events Manager is feeling the heat as she and her team put the final touches to Harlow ...

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  • June Plant of the Month: Choisya ...

    By RHS Gardener
    A neat, easy-to-grow, evergreen shrub with flowers that look as beautiful as they smell

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  • May's plant of the month: Perky ...

    By RHS Gardener
    The rich, colourful blooms of Pulsatilla are not the only alluring feature of this ...

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  • April's plant of the month: Fuji ...

    By RHS Gardener
    It’s very easy to see how Prunus incisa ‘Kojo-no-Mai’ has been ...

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