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Autumn colour

Autumn colour, aesthetically one of the best sights in autumn – brilliant red acers and butter yellow hazels, but it all happens for a reason. Leaves are green because they

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bee orchid


Mowing regimes are well underway in the garden now, although this hot dry spring followed by this wet spell will have upset most routines. Perhaps it is worth considering a

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Chimonanthus praecox


The usual suspects can be found now in garden centres, by which I mean the winter/spring flowering shrubs. Most of these have the added bonus of being fragrant – trying

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Garden Design in Dorset

[caption id="attachment_130" align="alignright" width="300" caption="spring is in the air..."][/caption] Looking out of my window now, the rain is pouring and working in the garden is a half remembered dream, but

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To cut or not to cut

Agapanthus seed head A common request when working as a gardener is “can you put the garden to bed”. This usually means a ruthless cutting down of all herbaceous perennials.

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