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  • Strawberry celebrations

    By Neil Roster
    It's berry time - and our Head Chef has some delicious creations and cunning tips up his ...

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  • June Plant of the ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Easy to grow with lush foliage and good-looking flowers, this geranium is so great it was ...

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  • 100 rhododendrons mark 100 years

    By Carly Holloway
    As Battleston Hill reaches its annual peak, a historic society celebrates its 100th birthday

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  • Beautiful science

    By Ian Tocher
    RHS Garden Wisley is renowned as a world-class garden, but the Laboratory building could be as ...

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  • May's plant of the month: ...

    By RHS Gardener
    A pretty and prehistoric magnolia, but ‘Daybreak’ is no dinosaur

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  • April's plant of the month: ...

    By RHS Gardener
    A Californian beauty gives brilliant blue clouds of flowers – perfect in the April ...

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  • Order! Order! Last chance to get your ...

    By Heather Cooke
    Growing plants from seed is an exercise in patience - but well worth the wait. Get in quick to ...

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  • Dividing snowdrops

    By John Edgar
    A lift now is sure to raise your spirits next winter

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  • The Wisley Loaf

    By Laurent Trenga
    A unique new bread is born, and it all started out in the garden...

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  • March plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    It is not just the flowers of wintersweet that makes us want to grow this plant. You need to ...

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  • February plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Dainty little darlings make colourful carpets and potted displays

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  • January's plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Rich, glossy and fresh; the striking beauty of the Tibetan cherry bark comes to the fore in ...

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