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  • RHS Garden Wisley blog: December plant of the month / RHS Gardening

    On the Winter Walk, this golden willow grows on the shores of the Round Pond, beside the pure white bark of the multi-stemmed birch tree Betula utilis var

  • Beautiful open gardens to visit in the UK | Public gardens /RHS Gardening

    Designed to inspire visitors through the seasons, spring starts with a pastel palette of crocus and wood anemones underplanted in the Silver Birch Glade and drifts of Camassia in the Grass Meadow, but the real highlight is the swathes of tulips with more than 10,000 being planted every year...Developing through the months, the hotter the weather, the more vibrant the colours become, finally peaking in the attractive autumn colours of the many trees planted throughout the gardens...Under new ownership...

  • Autumn 2019 at RHS Garden Bridgewater / RHS Gardening

    Do you live or work in Greater Manchester and want to fill your city with plants and trees...Our small herd of rare breed Berkshire pigs have done a fantastic job of digging over the birch glade near the Historic Lake, making light work of clearing the ground there...As well as the usual horizontal, we?ve added vertical and oblique wires to help train our fruit trees into all sorts of wonderful shapes

  • Screening: plants for / RHS Gardening

    The roots of trees can spread a considerable distance, so the proximity of drains, soakaways, structures or buildings needs to be borne in mind...Suitable plants for screening can include hedging shrubs, trees or grasses and bamboos , depending on the level of formality, and the height and spread required for the space...Small trees that are suitable for the smaller garden, perhaps to intercept the view of a neighbour?s extension include

  • New RHS planting list to help tackle number one garden disease / RHS Gardening

    Honey fungus, which is often diagnosed at the end of summer when trees and shrubs suddenly die back, or at the start of autumn when honey-coloured toadstools appear, attacks and kills the roots of many woody and perennial plants...Plants in the Myrtales order of flowering plants ? including myrtle and fuchsia ? and Ericales ? including camellia and heather - tended to have low susceptibility, while those in the Saxifragales ? such as liquidambar and witch hazels - and Fagales ? birch and sweet...

  • Toadstools / RHS Gardening

    There are, however, a few exceptions and one of these, honey fungus ( Armillaria spp.), is the most damaging disease of garden trees and shrubs...These fungi form an intimate association with the roots of plants, including many trees and shrubs.This is a beneficial association known as a symbiosis...This is associated with birch and some conifers

  • Wet soils: plants for / RHS Gardening

    Before planting trees in wet conditions, you may need to improve drainage...On heavy soils prone to winter wet, protect the finer surface feeding roots by planting trees on a slightly raised mound to improve drainage around the root system and carry out the planting in early spring...Trees

  • Rabbit-resistant plants / RHS Gardening

    Rabbits graze a wide range of plants and can cause sufficient damage to kill young trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants...Trees and shrubs...Betula (birch

  • Read James Shepherd's blog from RHS Garden Rosemoor / RHS Gardening

    Now that all of the deciduous trees and shrubs at Rosemoor have lost their leaves and most of the herbaceous plants have been cut hard back, our attention is drawn to the plants that often go unnoticed throughout most of the year: shrubs with highly coloured stems and trees with interesting barks

  • Beautiful open gardens to visit in the UK | Public gardens /RHS Gardening

    Birch...There are also winter-flowering and scented shrubs, rhododendrons, and an underlying structure is given by topiary and some wonderful trees.The ancient, contorted sweet chestnuts that overlook the croquet lawn are still productive...trees

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