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  • It's still warm in the orchard

    By Jim Arbury
    There are pros and cons to the mild winter weather when working with fruit trees

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  • Wisley glasshouse poinsettias

    By Russell Rigler
    The fabulous 400 - with great Christmas displays comes great responsibility

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  • December plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Liven up your winter garden with the vibrant colour of dazzling dogwood stems

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  • Top designer appointed

    By RHS Staff
    One of the world’s best landscape architects appointed to key horticultural project

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  • Wrapping up for winter

    By Carly Holloway
    It's time for the annual wrap of the exotic plants at RHS Garden Wisley, as we muster up ...

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  • Seasonal tips from the ...

    By Neil Roster
    Turn pumpkins into tasty treats and be inspired for Christmas with ideas from the garden

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  • Seed harvesting draws to a close

    By Heather Cooke
    Late season seed collecting and the opportunity to grow a piece of RHS Garden Wisley at home

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  • November's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    The beauty of bark - the black birch

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  • A sunny September saves the wine from a ...

    By Jim Arbury
    Mid autumn in the orchard means that apples and pears are still being picked but it's the ...

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  • Autumn Harvest Weekend

    By Ian Tocher

    Get lost finding the amazing pile of pumpkins and squashes stacked at the centre of our ...

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  • Keeping bamboo in check - without a ...

    By John Edgar
    At this time of year I start looking nervously at the bamboo plants in my part of the garden, ...

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  • Plant of the month October

    By RHS Gardener
    by Jove, a bi-generic hybrid…

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