Harlow Carr

RHS Garden Harlow Carr blog

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  • Tiny beauties and vibrant colour

    By Katherine Musgrove
    From tiny freshly-hatched chicks to huge magnolias bursting into bloom, all creatures great ...

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  • Of willow spiling and golden bunnies

    By Katherine Musgrove
    It's wickerwork as you've never seen it, and rabbits that even Mr McGregor would be ...

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  • From alpines to eggs

    By Katherine Musgrove
    From the rainbow of colour in the Alpine House to the anticipation of fluffy baby chicks, ...

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  • March's plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    There's been a beautiful outbreak of horticultural scarlet fever at Harlow Carr

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  • Of silver birch and scarecrows

    By Katherine Musgrove
    It's been a mixed week in the garden, starting with planting in the mud and rain and ...

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  • Plants defying the snowy conditions

    By Katherine Musgrove
    A new path and some winter-flowering favourites are providing interest at Harlow Carr, despite ...

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  • February's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    On the Winter Walk, an unassuming bush bursts forth with tassels straight from the twenties

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  • Spring is just around the corner

    By Katherine Musgrove
    The sky is changing and there are some springtime changes at Harlow Carr

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  • Winter plantings and kitchen gardens

    By Katherine Musgrove
    The snow has arrived at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, but there is still plenty do... as always

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  • Of tractor wheels and spring delights

    By Katherine Musgrove
    The new year brought both early spring pleasures as well as troublesome weather for the staff ...

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  • January's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    This month, a ghostly winter willow...

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  • Christmas activites at Harlow Carr

    By Katherine Musgrove
    As well as bringing Christmas quizzes and weather preparations, December is a good time for ...

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