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Vita Sackville-West, chatelaine of Sissinghurst, suggests in her Garden Book that all gardeners should have “the good sense to grow lavender along paths or in a clump by your front door so that you can pinch the leaves as you go past”.
It is hard to gainsay such good advice. Lavender...
You may not subscribe to the principles of eating fish raw, alcohol warm or rice cold but the one thing Japanese that you will no doubt be enormously attached to are their wonderful flowering cherry trees - or sakura in Japanese - sadly this keyboard will not replicate the expressive Kanji charac...
Alliums flower in that surprisingly "bald patch" in May when everything else is about to burst into flower but has not quite made it yet. That makes them valuable anyway, but they are also have some of the most strikingly architectural flowers you can grow in the UK. Add to that ...
How to plant a hedge of rootballed yew
Having survived the last Ice Age, Yew is probably the toughest tree in the UK. It establishes well grows steadily rather than slowly, forgives bad clipping, car crashes and other accidents, looks good practically anywhere and adds value to your p...
The thing about gardening is that people always talk about the necessity for 'well-drained soil', 'well rotted manure', 'a sunny spot' without really ever specifying how well, or how sunny and it can induce gloom in a gardener with a shady garden devoid of friable (another of those words), rich s...
How to put up wires for training fruit on a wall or fence
These are instructions for fixing wires to existing fences or walls.
If you are making your own rows of posts out in the open, it is best to make them run North-South and so face East-West.
Suitable Facing Directions for Wire-...
Planting fig trees against a wall:
Fig trees grow in any well drained soil. They can be grown as a fan shape against sunny, south facing walls.
To get the best crop of figs, you need to restrict the roots of your fig tree. By making a strong barrier around the roots of your tree, you will...
All hedge plants (if they are allowed) flower and fruit. Many are pretty insignificant though - most people never notice a beech tree in flower or fruit for example. This list is all about hedging plants that carry berries people notice.It is not an inclusive list (none of our lists are) and we h...
All You Need to Know About Planting Roses
Rose plants and bushes are many gardeners favourite plant and, when well planted, can create amazing centrepieces and displays. However, planting and caring for roses can be tricky. In this complete guide to planting rose bushes, find out the best condit...
All about Cyclamen
August and September are the months that Cyclamen hederifolium puts up its deceptively delicate pink flowers on leafless stalks, often in the most improbable places. The flowers, with their characteristic reflexed petals, appear well ahead of the leaves and need help with po...