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The wonderful world of Surreal Succulents / RHS Gardening

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At the nursery, we use peat-free, multipurpose compost with 40 percent grit or perlite added to keep the soil free draining
Alpines for dry stone walls / RHS Gardening

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Free entry to RHS members at selected times...They should be built slightly away from the bank and all stones laid slightly sloped back for stability with free-draining compost added as a backfill...Roots can then be spread out and covered with 2.5cm (½in) of a suitable soil mix, such as equal parts good loam, peat substitute and sharp grit
RHS Licensed garden products: Melcourt / RHS Gardening

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All Melcourt products are 100% peat-free and many are Soil Association approved ? a major consideration for the RHS when choosing to endorse them since both government and environmentally aware gardeners are supporting a reduction in the use of peat in UK horticulture
Looking ahead in lockdown: planting strawberries / RHS Gardening

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Free entry to RHS members at selected times...This is because it avoids both peat and plastic use, both of which have a high ecological cost...Media centre
Projects on climate change - waterlogging and Mediterranean plants / RHS Gardening

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Free entry to RHS members at selected times...media...The problem Mediterranean plants originate from habitats typified by hot, very dry summers, moderately wet winters and stony, free-draining soils
RHS Chelsea Garden Product of the Year 2017 / RHS Gardening

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This free-draining, peat-free, professional bulb compost is blended from sustainably harvested wild bracken
Closing the circle ? four ways to be a greener gardener / RHS Gardening

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Peat-free compost is a great example of this as it not only uses recycled materials (such as forestry waste), it replaces an environmentally damaging product ? peat ? which is associated with carbon emissions and habitat loss

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