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

    By RHS Gardener
    The mountain witch alder is floral and fragrant in spring, and a bright and beautiful delight ...

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  • Behind the battle lines

    By Emma Pearce
    Ash dieback. Sudden oak death. Fireblight. Plum pox...

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  • Passionate about Penstemons

    By Ian Tocher
    ‘Blueberry Fudge’, ‘Vanilla Plum’ and ‘Sweet Cherry’ may ...

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  • Cutting it

    By Russell Rigler
    Late summer in the garden brings borders of bold colour and big foliage, the perfect ...

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  • Wisley's plant of the month for ...

    By RHS Gardener
    A cultivated variety of our native spindle tree brings shocking colours to the garden

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  • Amazonian adventures at Wisley

    By Rohanna Heyes
    The latest addition to Wisley's plant collection is one of the world's biggest ...

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  • It's all about apples and pears in ...

    By Jim Arbury
    After an ideal spring and summer, it's now time to pick, eat and, importantly, identify ...

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  • Plant of the month - a cracking crepe ...

    By RHS Gardener
    If there’s any such thing as a prominent corner, then here’s just the thing for it

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  • Sowing the seed: collecting for a meadow

    By Julie Presland
    With all the hot, sunny weather we’ve been experiencing, now is the perfect time to go ...

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  • Rediscovering Bowles’ Corner

    By James Poulton
    Have you heard of E.A. Bowles? "Who’s that?" I hear you ask...

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  • Spice up your visit to Wisley

    By Laurent Trenga
    This year Taste of Wisley Herbfest is focusing on different varieties of some of the most ...

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  • Bringing the world together at ...

    By Sabatino Urzo
    It is so great to be back with a good news update. Buongiorno dear gardeners, friends and ...

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