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  • April's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Pearly whites for an April bride: pearlbush ‘The Bride’

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  • Bringing trials to life

    By Sara Draycott
    How do you make sure that RHS Plant Trials are testing for plants - and not for visitors? All ...

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  • Installing a support network

    By James Poulton
    Start staking now to get the best from your perennials – Wisley's famous Mixed ...

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  • Why have a rock garden?

    By Cara Smith
    Nooks and niches, cracks and crannies galore – plenty of pockets for plants

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  • March's plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Go-faster daffodils in a rush to reach spring

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  • Battleston Hill's busy

    By Carly Holloway
    There’s so much to enjoy on Battleston Hill at the moment, and while some plants are at ...

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  • Pruning and preparing for the next ...

    By Jim Arbury
    After a sunny day spring seems around the corner, the cobnuts and filbert catkins are out and ...

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  • Sweet heat for your sweetheart

    By Neil Roster
    I’m beginning to think there’s nothing you can’t do with rhubarb, the ...

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  • February's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    If there’s ever a plant to make you eager for February, the paperbush has got to be it

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  • On your marks, dispatch, SOW!

    By Heather Cooke
    This week we’re in the midst of a marvellous period when we're able to help members ...

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  • From box, via bamboo, to beautiful ...

    By Olive Twigg
    On 30 December 1,200 butterfly cocoons arrived at The Glasshouse at RHS Garden Wisley in a ...

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  • Hard 'graft' produces a little ...

    By Russell Rigler
    Winter months in the propagation glasshouses at Wisley can seem glum. A glance at the job list ...

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