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  • Favourite autumn plantings

    By Alex Cairns
    The Glasshouse Borders are still filled with colour and texture as we head into autumn, and ...

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  • Autumnal ap-peel

    By Neil Roster

    Wisley’s apple harvest is under way so there's a lot of peeling going on to ...

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  • Apples aplenty, grapes a-growing, ...

    By Jim Arbury

    We're picking the season's apples and grapes in the orchard - plus the squirrels ...

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  • Could it be you?

    By Amy Adams
    As this season's crop of novice allotmenteers leaves us, it's time to recruit for ...

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  • Diverse dahlias

    By RHS Gardener

    From the demure to the dazzling – dahlias are a varied bunch

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  • First steps in floral growing your own

    By John Edgar
    Our Cut Flower Garden is only a few months old, but the range of colours and shapes on show is ...

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  • Ripe for the taking

    By Russell Rigler
    Small plants with a big future: a thousand young box plants start their journey from Wisley to ...

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  • ‘Agape’ at the beauty of ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Tall and stately… sometimes. Truly blue… mostly. Beautiful…always. The ...

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  • Mediterranean inspiration

    By Carly Holloway
    Plants wilting in the dry weather? Try adding these six sun lovers to your borders - they ...

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  • Twin-scaling success!

    By Katie Benallick
    This month in the Propagation Department we are busy twin-scaling – which is a clever ...

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  • Hitting the glass ceiling at Wisley

    By Olive Twigg
    Luckily it's the plants, not the people, who are hitting the roof...

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  • We need the rain – or do we?

    By Cara Smith
    Exploring the prickly delights of growing outdoor cacti and succulents, some of which are much ...

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