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  • Working with the Bee Team

    By Anna Platoni
    Getting to know a bee colony is a fascinating experience

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  • ...and now for something completely ...

    By Hayley Jones
    ...the agapanthus gall midge!

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  • Green walls - are they any good for ...

    By Andrew Salisbury
    Green walls are good for our environment but their wildlife value is unknown. An RHS project ...

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  • The climate is changing - what can you ...

    By Eleanor Webster
    A new report shows that issues surrounding climate change are more pressing than ever, and ...

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  • A crafty plant virus pleases bees

    By Anna Platoni
    In the 'Bee Room' at the heart of Cambridge University, small bees help scientists ...

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  • Gastropods on the ground

    By Hayley Jones
    Behind the scenes at slug and snail testing HQ

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  • Carrot fly - getting to the root of the ...

    By Stephanie Bird
    Act 2 - the continued experiment trialling different methods of combating the pesky carrot fly

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  • Greening Grey... China!

    By Michael Perry
    I was very lucky to spend a few weeks in China recently; it opened my eyes to just how green ...

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  • Professional development day - Soil ...

    By RHS Staff
    Join us at RHS Garden Wisley on 11 January 2017

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  • Summer of slugs

    By Hayley Jones
    There’s something slimy going on at the RHS! We're after scientific proof in the ...

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  • Help us identify pollinator-friendly ...

    By Stephanie Bird
    Take part in a new survey that peeks over the garden fence to discover which ...

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  • Checking out the invaders in your ...

    By Andrew Salisbury
    Decades of RHS research charting the spread of non-native insects is now available on YouTube: ...

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