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  • Sow some super salads soon

    By Matthew Oliver

    Plan ahead now and sow some tasty seasonal salad leaves for winter pickings

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  • Naked ladies and bulging waist lines

    By Christine Woodhouse
    Staff are looking at ways of shaping up the hedges and keeping the garden in trim this autumn

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  • Plant of the month for September

    By RHS Gardener
    Panicum 'Northwind' brings a breath of autumn with its delicate sprays of flower and ...

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  • Rural rhythms

    By Jeanette Jones
    The Cottage Garden and the Modern Country Garden have distinct styles giving a different ...

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  • Melons, Monty and me

    By Matthew Oliver
    They maybe not the easiest of fruit, but the fragrant rewards are worth it

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  • Surviving summer with sedums

    By RHS Gardener
    Treat 'em mean and sedums will carry the garden into autumn

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  • Firing up for a floral feast

    By Sue Carter
    If you’re coming along to the RHS Hyde Hall Flower Show, please spare a thought for all ...

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  • Crowning glory - the Hilltop is ablaze ...

    By Christine Woodhouse
    Springtime gaps in Hyde Hall's magnificent herbaceous borders have become a thing of the ...

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  • New Rose Walk adds more formality to ...

    By Ian Bull

    Formal flourishes add excitement and drama to Hyde Hall, with new views to delight ...

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  • July's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    A hardy, South African aloe is a permanent resident in the Dry Garden at RHS Garden Hyde Hall

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  • Aliens in the Dry Garden?

    By Jeanette Jones
    Over the past few weeks in the Dry Garden some rather distinctive and strange-looking plants ...

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  • June's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    For the first time in years, the towering blue spikes of majestic echiums are swaying in ...

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