Inspirational Winter Walks

Gardens Illustrated magazine have complied a list of inspirational, winter walks for gardeners. Featured in the December 2012 edition of the Gardens Illustrated magazine and on their website, there is plenty to keep the gardener interested over the winter months. Cambridge University … [Read more...]



New stunning evergreen Magnolia

Here at Gardening for Health we just adore Magnolias and the newcomer to the scene, Fairy Magnolia Blush looks set to be a real winner. Fairy Magnolia Blush is a startling free flowering evergreen shrub, laden with fragrant flowers from March to May. Reaching mature heights of three to … [Read more...]



Thompson & Morgan say avoid Imaptiens walleriana

Thompson & Morgan pride themselves on offering the best plants that will give superb performance in all of our gardens. That is why they have issued advice to avoid Impatiens Walleriana this year in light of the downy mildew attack which has been decimating plants over the last couple of … [Read more...]



Abi and Tom’s Garden Plants Steal the Show

In the centre of the Holker Garden Festival horticultural marquee, is a stunning naturalistic display of plants from Abi & Toms Garden Plants of Halecat.  Unsurprisingly, this creation won no less than three awards. We spoke to Tom Attwood, partner at Abi & Tom's Garden Plants about their … [Read more...]



A wet and windy May

With winds of 80 MPH, almost constant rain and temperatures reaching little over 13 degrees, May seems more like October. The warm sunny days of April have been replaced by a month of heavy rain and high winds.  With wind speeds recorded at 80mph in the region, there has been a great deal of damage … [Read more...]



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