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  • Plagues of pests and prolific pumpkins

    By Matthew Oliver
    The last few months have been pretty manic down at the RHS Garden Hyde Hall Vegetable Garden, ...

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  • Hyde Hall's hilltop herbaceous ...

    By Christine Woodhouse
    Forgive me for being biased but I think that my favourite part of the hilltop garden at RHS ...

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  • RHS Hyde Hall's sub-tropical border ...

    By Andrew Tebbutt
    Our sub-tropical border at Hyde Hall has always been a firm favourite with both visitors and ...

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  • Plant of the Month for July - ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Hyde Hall's plant of the Month for July is a little-known but very beautiful relative of ...

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  • Coming up roses

    By Ian Bull
    Hyde Hall has a great collection of roses and now is a fantastic time to come and admire them. ...

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  • Plant of the month for June: ...

    By RHS Gardener
    June is THE month for roses and one of our favourites in the Modern Rose Garden is ...

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  • Plant of the Month for May: Allium ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Beautiful big drumsticks of purple – now there’s something to catch your eye in ...

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  • Mulching time

    By Ian Bull

    Now that the weather is warming up it is a great time to prepare beds and borders for ...

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