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  • The Dry Garden revisited

    By Christine Woodhouse
    The key to successful gardening is making the plants feel at home. But what happens when some ...

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  • Shining bright despite the weather

    By Andrew Tebbutt
    Every morning I always take the time to carry out a quick lap of the Queen Mother's Garden ...

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  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall's plant of the ...

    By RHS Gardener
    There are a wide variety of crab apples to choose from but this one is a particularly ...

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  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall's plant of the ...

    By Global Administrator
    There are a wide variety of crab apples to choose from but this one is a particularly ...

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  • Awash with late summer colour

    By Ian Bull
    This has been a great growing year at RHS Garden Hyde Hall with an ideal mix of rain, sun and ...

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  • Weekend work party

    By Jeanette Jones
    As a member of the curatorial team my role includes covering the weekend rota - the duties ...

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  • Early autumn arrival provokes panicked ...

    By Matthew Oliver
    A warm summer means that there's lots to harvest in the garden, from humble spuds to hops ...

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  • Hyde Hall's plant of the month for ...

    By RHS Gardener
    The hardy plumbago enlivens autumn gardens with its sky blue flowers and dainty leaves

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  • Box trimming in the Hilltop Garden

    By Christine Woodhouse
    It's time again to whip out the shears and trimmers and advance on the box hedges

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  • Training the border force

    By Ian Bull
    One of the most exciting parts of my job is training people to become professional ...

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  • A spectacular perennial sage for the ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Bog sage, despite its uninspiring name, is wonderfully versatile plant which can be used as a ...

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  • Plant logging the Dry Garden

    By Jeanette Jones
    My job involves recording all the planting at RHS Garden Hyde Hall, which, on a lovely day, is ...

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