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Pollinators: decline in numbers / RHS Gardening

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Many garden plants and agricultural/horticultural crops need pollinating insects to bring about pollination by transferring pollen from the flowers? anthers to the stigmas...RHS Plants for Pollinators plant lists
Plant pests - plants for bugs project / RHS Gardening

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Native plants (naturally occurring in Britain and of British provenance where possible...Exotic plants (not native to Britain, but originating in the Southern hemisphere...Wherever possible, plants were clonally propagated to ensure uniformity
Ornamental plants: a threat to the environment due to climate change? / RHS Gardening

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The plants reported in this survey will feed into species distribution modelling to investigate which plants might find future climate suitable
RHS Plants for Bugs blog: First paper is published! / RHS Gardening

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The best strategy for gardeners wanting to support pollinating insects in gardens is to plant a mix of flowering plants from different countries and regions...Emphasis should be given to plants native to the UK and the northern hemisphere , though exotic plants from the southern hemisphere can be used to extend the season (there are a greater proportion of exotic plants flowering later in the season compared to UK native and northern hemisphere plants) and provide nectar and pollen for some...
Discover hidden worlds with the RHS Plants for Bugs Blog / RHS Gardening

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Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...As the Plants for Bugs team says a fond farewell to its volunteers, new faces emerge on the...Members of the Plants for Bugs team share their work at the National Honey Show and Wildlife...
Exotic and subtropical plants / RHS Gardening

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Plant nurseries are beginning to provide many of these plants, encouraging gardeners to experiment and successfully grow exotics as summer to autumn becomes warmer and spring arrives earlier...Consider the ultimate height and spread of your plant choices, many suitable exotic-style plants often grow tall and are wide-spreading...Native and non-native plants for plant-dwelling invertebrates
Discover hidden worlds with the RHS Plants for Bugs Blog / RHS Gardening

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Plants of particular interest to pollinators included the towering Joe Pye weed on the Northern Hemisphere plots and the devil's tobacco, Lobelia tupa , on the Southern Hemisphere beds
Garden design: wildlife-friendly garden plants / RHS Gardening

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Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...Combine with: late-flowering plants such as grasses or Michaelmas daisies...Find more plants for wildlife-friendly gardens using RHS Find a plant
RHS Plants for Bugs Blog: P4B presents.... / RHS Gardening

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I opened with a review of garden pollinators before handing over to Andy to cover RHS pollinator research ( Plants for Bugs first paper ) and initiatives ( RHS Perfect for Pollinator lists...
Graham Rice's new plants blog: Vivid tricoloured sweet pea has a super scent / RHS Gardening

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Keep track of your plants with reminders & care tips ? all to help you grow successfully...You can order plants of sweet pea ?Three Times As Sweet? from Thompson & Morgan...We aim to enrich everyone?s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place

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