30 September 2020

Gardening

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    If you’re short on garden space, container gardening can produce fruit, vegetables and herbs

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    If you’re short on garden space, container gardening can produce fruit, vegetables and herbs

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    As the weather improves, we are able to get beyond four walls and planting can help us to cope. Hold on to hope and get gardening

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    The UK is behind other countries when using plants for their health benefits, but scientists of Dilston Physic Garden are leading the way

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    Self-isolation has sparked a gardening boom across Britain – so get digging!

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    Keep an eye on your dogs when they’re rummaging around the flower beds – and keep cats away from certain plants, too

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    How to keep calm and muddle through the next few months, plus problems with holly, and sunlovers in the city

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    Dedicated research unearths the clues that help our best gardens to relive former glories

  • Before the sodden, grey gloom of winter recedes, inject some zingy colour into dull corners of the garden

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    Why lockdown is the perfect time to have a go at seed sowing; plus what to do with laurel prunings and tips for lawns

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    How to keep calm and muddle through the next few months, plus problems with holly, and sunlovers in the city

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    How to reinvigorate waterlogged lawns, add interest to a magnolia that rarely blooms, and stay safe on tripod ladders

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