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  • July's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    A delightful, scented rose with rich colouring and a wonderful scent graces the borders at RHS ...

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  • Tutti frutti summer

    By Katherine Musgrove
    There is an excitement in the air: it’s all created by the fact that the Annual General ...

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  • The third best exotic marigold hotel

    By Charlotte Sweeney
    A treat for the guests of our insect hotel in the form of a new, bright alpine garden

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  • June's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    I don’t think there is anything in nature that can rival the intense blue of a Himalayan ...

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  • Of motorways and meconposis

    By Katherine Musgrove
    As I was driving down the A1 at the weekend I noticed with pleasure that there were great ...

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  • Wild times in the Plant Centre

    By Charlotte Sweeney
    A few weeks of warm weather and we’re watering, pruning and welcoming new staff and ...

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  • It's new faces all round, with ...

    By Katherine Musgrove
    The chickens have finally arrived on site, causing great excitement all round. Meanwhile the ...

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  • May's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    It’s that time of year when one of the oldest parts of the garden begins to wake up and ...

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  • Chicken run confusion and a grand day ...

    By Katherine Musgrove
    Erecting the run has been a challenge most difficult - the instructions led to much confusion ...

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  • If a tulip could smile….

    By Katherine Musgrove
    It certainly would be, this fine morning as I write my blog. The tulips are at the bottom of ...

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  • Snakes and meadows

    By Katherine Musgrove
    New volunteers arrive - but they'd better mind where they tread in the grass

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  • April's plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    An early rhododendron gives bold and brilliant bursting buds

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