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Summer In the Garden

Summer in the Garden If you are feeling a bit hot and bothered then I’ve got some fabulous tips for creating shady retreats where you can relax on a warm summers day.  Plus great plants to grow for Summer colour.  June and July can be a riot of colour, but August can also be a difficult month where plants have gone over and faded with seed heads appearing.  However there is hope as now is the time of year for the 'Hot Boarder plants' to come into their own. Plus don't forget our 'Summer Glow Workshop' to keep your skin glowing and hydrated in September.The tall spires of verbena mi

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October Gardening Tips

OCTOBER GARDENING TIPSGlorious October is a riot of colour from the main photo of Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia), Hawthorn berries, rose-hips to the stunning fiery reds of Acers (Acer Palmatium), Amelanchier Lamarckii, with Calamagrostis behind and the bright Parrotia Persica.  If not then add a little something to brighten up your autumn.This is also the month where the light is magical, lower and golden capturing seed heads and grasses at their best, so they are worthy of a place in any garden.Pennisetum a. 'Hameln' is a firm favourite, while a new bank of Mo

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AUGUST-In search of shade & colour

AUGUST - In search of Shade and colour.... If you are feeling a bit hot and bothered then I’ve got some fabulous tips for creating shady retreats where you can relax on a warm summers day.  Plus great plants to grow for Summer colour, and plant advice to keep you busy plus don't forget our 'Summer Glow Workshop' to keep your skin glowing and hydrated in September. August can be a riot of colour, but it can also be a difficult month where plants have gone over, the pastels have faded with seed heads appearing, but it is also about the hot colours, the reds, yellows and splashes of a vibra

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November, the month for Fires, Feasting & Marshmallows!

Autumn is here and its time for fires, feasting and marshmallows. I think it is perhaps the busiest time in my garden, between planting new plants, sorting out the veg patch, and gradually tidying up the most annoying and tatty plants in the garden before the weather changes and becomes to freezing for fingers. JOBS TO DO Its not too late! but it is the last chance to plant bulbs.  Find a pot and go crazy with tulips, crocus and daffodils or go for a great collection of alliums.  Plant in drifts or clumps!Plant now the soft fruit bushes and fruit trees,  Sow sweet peas and cornflowers

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