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  • January's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    There’s nothing better than a midwinter fire to keep the passion burning

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  • Creating a colourful Christmas

    By Olive Twigg
    Making magic at Christmas: ice in the Glasshouse, a red tree that’s actually a home and ...

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  • A wintry Taste of Wisley

    By Neil Roster
    As the days shorten, the culinary wizards at RHS Garden Wisley get ever more creative

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  • December's plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Our choice this month has variously been described as 'cute conifer wearing ...

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  • Alpines out of Africa

    By Cara Smith
    Turquoise flowers and tiny hedgehogs that smell of jasmine…? All part of the joy of ...

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  • Full seed ahead!

    By Heather Cooke
    Unseasonal sunshine has been helping our seed harvest. Have you ordered yours yet?

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  • Renovation of rock

    By Emma Pearce
    As gardens evolve and change, it is important to replenish plant stocks from existing specimens

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  • RHS Garden Wisley's Plant of the ...

    By RHS Gardener
    The flower we have chosen at Wisley for November is pure paradise...

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  • Time for bed...

    By James Poulton
    Many think RHS Garden Wisley’s magnificent bedding displays happen overnight, but ...

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  • Autumn in the orchard

    By Jim Arbury
    As the wind whips through the trees, it's time to make sure all your apples are safely ...

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  • Good enough to eat

    By Ian Tocher
    Edible exhibits: RHS Garden Wisley’s pumpkin and squash display at the RHS London ...

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  • Seeds on show

    By Julie Presland
    It has been a fruitful summer, so come and join us at RHS Garden Wisley for a seedy weekend...

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