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  • Is it catching?

    By Anna Platoni
    Our scientist's back in the lab looking at viruses in edible and ornamental potato ...

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  • Call to attend RHS Nagoya Protocol ...

    By RHS Staff
    New legislation is about to fundamentally change the way wild-collected plants make their way ...

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  • Learning to design the wild at RHS ...

    By RHS Staff
    Join us for a professional development day: 'Wildflowers and naturalistic planting; uses ...

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  • Should gardening be available on the ...

    By RHS Staff
    A recent Royal Horticultural Society John MacLeod Lecture revealed the health benefits of ...

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  • Health, wellbeing and horticulture

    By Alistair Griffiths
    John MacLeod Annual Lecture at the Lindley Hall 2014

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  • Plant regulation comes into force

    By RHS Staff
    Legislation aims to ensure that countries whose plant material is used to advance knowledge or ...

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  • What's in the bag?

    By Gracie Barrett
    So what’s actually in that bag of multi-purpose compost you just bought?

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  • Discover hidden life in your plot with ...

    By Anna Platoni
    Take a look at the fascinating world of microscopic organisms in the RHS's Invisible ...

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  • Bring a bug to Wisley

    By Anna Platoni
    Join us for mini-beast mania at RHS Wisley; learn more about insects and appreciate “the ...

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  • Two new books from RHS Botany

    By James Armitage
    It’s an exciting time for botany at the RHS. This month sees the launch of two books ...

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