Jubilee and Olympic planting inspiration from the RHS

Gardeners wanting to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics can now find advice pages on The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) website for some red, white and blue planting schemes. The charity has brought together a selection of plants with red, white and blue flowers that … [Read more...]



Cobble Hey – Plants for Shade

Cobble Hey farm and Gardens in Lancashire is a wonderful place to see some stunning examples of  just how creative, colourful and tranquil, shade gardens can be. Exposed At 600 feet above sea level, the land of Cobble Hey farm could be very exposed and troublesome for the gardener. However, … [Read more...]



Some new perennials

The frenzy of seed sowing and dividing herbaceous perennials is upon us and the Gardening for Health borders have just undergone a five year revamp. Many of the perennials such as Hemerocallis, and geraniums had grown into very large clumps, so the division of the roots yielded quite a number of … [Read more...]



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