A Normal British Spring

The recent colder weather has held back spring flowering plants by about 46 percent says the National Trust Gardeners at 54 National Trust properties across England, Wales and Northern Ireland have taken part in the annual Valentine’s Day flower count which first started in Devon and Cornwall in … [Read more...]



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...]



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...]



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