Harlow Carr

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  • March plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Perky pulmonarias are such an amazing early spring plant, says horticulturist Russell Watkins

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  • February plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Daphnes are well known for their heady scent and can be found flowering across all ...

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  • The stinking hellebore

    By RHS Gardener
    Don't turn your nose up at this unfortunately-named plant

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  • Another busy year 

    By Katherine Musgrove
    Looking back over the last year, including garden highlights

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  • Ditches drains and ...

    By Katherine Musgrove
    We're up to our elbows in mud, and loving every minute

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  • Beautiful Berries

    By RHS Gardener
    Cotoneaster ‘Cornubia’ AGM is an unbeatable shrub for winter interest, ...

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  • Timely tips for your Christmas trees ...

    By Charlotte Sweeney
    Deck the Halls with boughs of Holly, we’re feeling festive at Harlow Carr

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  • Star Struck or Root Bound

    By Katherine Musgrove

    With so much going on at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, I can't decide if I'm star ...

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  • Extraordinary elaeagnus

    By RHS Gardener
    Elaeagnus has proved to be a shining star in the November garden

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  • Get wild about gardens

    By Charlotte Sweeney

    It’s turning out to be a busy half-term for the Plant Centre team as we get ...

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  • Things that go grunt in the night

    By Katherine Musgrove
    Join RHS Garden Harlow Carr's blogger Katherine as she helps hedgehogs in need and ...

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  • Floral lawns on trial - and an ancient ...

    By Katherine Musgrove
    This week, horticulturists turn into handyculturists to help keep visitors on their feet, and ...

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