Laburnum arch confused by weather

The famous flowering Laburnum Arch at Bodnant Garden, confused by our unpredictable weather is keeping local gardeners guessing. A warm spell in March allowed many plants to put on a flush of growth.  Thinking that summer had arrived, the Laburnum Arch first looked as though it would flower weeks … [Read more...]



January at Kew – Talk by Highgrove Head Gardener

Amongst the events happening at Kew this January will be a talk by Debs Goodenough, Head Garderner at Highgrove. The talk will be held on Thursday 26 January 2012, 7pm at the Jodrell Lecture Theatre, Kew Gardens Join Debs as she takes us on a journey through the garden's past three decades, … [Read more...]



RHS Photographer of the Year 2011 – winners announced

[slidepress gallery='rhs-photographer-of-the-year-2011'] Stephen Webb, from Woking, has taken the prestigious title of RHS Photographer of the Year 2011 and a cheque for £1,000 after capturing an image of a carpet of crocuses in the early evening light. Chris Young, competition judge and … [Read more...]



Holker Garden Festival 2011

The annual Holker Garden Festival in Cumbria took place on 3rd - 5th June 2011 and as usual wowed visitors with award winning garden designs, grower's displays and floral arrangements. All the regular features of the show, such as the horticultural marquee, show gardens and trade stands were joined … [Read more...]



New gardens for Thrive at Trunkwell

During 2011, Thrive will be transforming their old walled fruit garden at Trunkwell, into a Garden Gallery of five small gardens designed to suit the needs of specific disabilities. Hearts and minds garden will be aimed at people recovering from a stroke or heart attack. Using a design which … [Read more...]



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