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Courses and Events from Sarah Raven - Whether you are an avid seasoned gardener or a novice there is always new things to be learnt and events to be enjoyed. Here we bring you a range of courses and events arranged by the renowned TV presenter and garden and food writer Sarah Raven. From cut flower gardening to vegetable gardening, and natural pest control to Dahlia days, there is something for everyone to enjoy. They are based… [...]

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Gardening News – Supersized plants and soil science: RHS reveals gardening trends for 2020 - The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed what plants, designs and activities it expects to prove popular with the UK’s 27 million gardeners in 2020. Drawing on the expertise of horticultural experts from its gardens, retail centres, science and communities teams, the charity has shortlisted what it thinks the new year has in store for our homes and gardens. Houseplants are predicted to maintain their allure while a greater appreciation… [...]

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Coach Trips To The Flower Shows - The flower shows throughout the year display horticulture at it's finest. Whether you are a gardening novice or much more experienced, we can all do with the inspiration that these shows provide. You may take ideas from the many show gardens, or simply discover a new or unusual plant that would be perfect for that awkward spot in your garden. You may want to keep up with the latest gardening… [...]

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Plantaholic’s Choice – NEW – Peony Coral Sunset - Peonies have long been a great favourite of mine, and I am familiar with many varieties.  However I was quite taken aback to see this stunning new form which I believe may be one of the best herbaceous varieties. Below I have listed some of it's many endearing attributes:- A very long lived, perennial garden plant that will provide it's show-stopping blooms every year for many years to come. Easy… [...]

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Forcing Rhubarb - Traditionally most of the world's forced rhubarb was grown in West Yorkshire in forcing sheds in an area called the rhubarb triangle. It can however be successfully forced in our home gardens or allotments. Two to three year old crowns (roots) should be used.  In December or January the crowns should be covered with a layer of straw or bracken, and an upturned bucket, dustbin or a traditional rhubarb forcing… [...]

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