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Head of Horticultural & Environmental Science - Dr Paul Alexander - travelled to Portland, Oregon in August to present his paper ?Water management in peat-reduced and peat-free growing media: the effects of different frequency and volume on pelargonium? at the ? International Symposium on Growing Media, Soilless Cultivation, and Compost Utilization in Horticulture...
How to grow borage / RHS Gardening

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In containers Pot up borage using a multi-purpose peat-free compost
Epiphyllum (orchid cacti) / RHS Gardening

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Or mix your own using three parts' loam-based compost, such as John Innes No 2, two parts' grit or perlite, and one part peat-free multipurpose compost
How to grow dryopteris / RHS Gardening

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Pot up individually into peat-free multipurpose compost at the same level at which it was growing
How to grow Japanese maples / RHS Gardening

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2 potting compost or a peat-free ericaceous with 25% added sharp sand, which gives good drainage
How to grow Polystichums / RHS Gardening

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Pot up individually into peat-free multipurpose compost at the same level at which it was growing
Sink and trough gardening / RHS Gardening

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Free entry to RHS members at selected times...The peat-substitute in the mixture provides the stone colouring and variations in the quantity of peat-substitute used will give corresponding variations in colour of the finished product

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