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  • A Few Winter Projects

    The weather’s been pretty unkind these last few weeks – often freezing cold, frequently blustery and without exception WET. I’ve put off a load of little jobs out in the garden, and there are planting plans for perennials I’ve had to shelve until spring, as our London clay is just...
  • National Tree Week: Trees for Small Gardens

    To coincide with National Tree Week and the Woodland Trust's plans to plant a 100,000 trees, here's our guide on trees for small gardens. If you saw Channel 5's 'Plant a Tree to Save the World', last night, then you know how important it is to plant trees. Trees play...
  • Win a free pear tree

    In order to win our free conference pear tree bush: All you need to do is go to our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/AshridgeNurseries, sign up to receive our lovely newsletters, then like our page and share the post with your friends. Competition Terms & Conditions Entrants must be aged 18...
  • Bee friendly… 

    I was momentarily taken aback to hear a bee fizz past my right ear the other day, while out in the garden clearing up a few leaves. It was pretty cold, the kind of day you wish gardening gloves came with fleece lining as standard. Of course I shouldn’t have...
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  • Draw to win a FREE Christmas Tree

    We recently ran a prize draw to win a free Christmas tree. The winner was Ruth Harries from Pontwelly in Wales, and we'll be delivering her Christmas tree in December. We wanted to offer the thousands of people that entered the chance to win another Christmas tree, here's how: All...
  • A Quick Guide to Redesigning your Garden

    At this time of year, when the leaves are falling and I’m starting to see the boney silhouettes of the trees in my garden, I admit to feeling a little sad – both at the loss of all that beautiful colour and the prospect of the long, rather drab months...
  • Best for birds

    In my mini London garden, I don’t see enough birds. There’s the occasional robin that hangs around, picking through the spoils when I’m out digging or weeding, especially at this time of year. There’s also a pair of blue tits that made a nest in next door’s chusan palm last...
  • Spectacular Spring Tulip Displays

    Nothing dispels November gloom better than planting tulip bulbs in anticipation of a spectacular display next spring. Whether your taste is for soft, hazy drifts or blazing, eye-catching blooms, with more than 3,000 varieties of tulip it’s possible to create shows and combinations of almost infinite variety, colour and form. ...
  • October ‘Could-do’ List

    October in the garden can be a beautiful month. So far it’s been a little on the damp side for a full-on abundance of loveliness, but nonetheless leaves are on the turn, late-season perennials such as asters, Japanese anemones, rudbeckias and echinaceas are in full flow (at their best backlit...

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