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ANTICIPATION OF SPRING 19 March 2010
ANTICIPATION OF SPRING 19 March 2010
ANTICIPATION OF SPRING Have you all got excited by the buds of spring  carefully, gingerly showing their faces? Here in my garden snowdrops are up in colour and the daffodil...
Excitement Building 19 March 2010
Excitement Building 19 March 2010
Today we scrounged more plant pots to be given away , filled with plants for OPEN DAY visitors. Tomorow we will seed up some trays to be left in the garage. Lavatera , lupin flowers. As 1 packet of...
James Pulham And Son by Claude Hitching
The Pulham Legacy James Pulham and Son were eminent landscape gardeners of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and are now most widely remembered for the spectacular rock gardens they created in...
PREPARATION FOR RUSHALL GARDEN OPEN DAY Sunday on 13 June 2010
PREPARATION FOR RUSHALL GARDEN OPEN DAY Sunday on 13 June 2010
The next 15 weeks means lots of work for me and my team of Steve and Jordan, in eager anticipation of this years Garden Open Day. Any pots spare in your garden ? please let me have them as we...
Signs of spring 27 March 2010
Signs of spring 27 March 2010
The signs of Spring are just the same at Mulberry Barn as elsewhere. Why would South Norfolk be any different ? For me I await the daffodils and the Primula. I love sending photos on...
TAKING OUT NORTHERN HEDGE
TAKING OUT NORTHERN HEDGE
After years of managing the 400m of hedges around my boundary I decided to attack the last 75m of neglected northern hedge, bounding the prairie with my vast farmers’ field 100 square miles....
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Thu Feb 23 06:30:35 GMT 2012
Spring is still a few weeks away, and snowdrops are lying in thick drifts in gardens around the
Thu Feb 23 06:30:29 GMT 2012
Snowdrops were love at first sight for Val Bourne, who was transfixed by their elegant pearl-drop
Wed Feb 22 17:22:26 GMT 2012
This weekend is your last chance to see exotic butterflies flying in the glasshouse at RHS
Mon Feb 20 20:53:55 GMT 2012
Telegraph View: Water needs to be conveyed from the North and West of Britain, where it is
Mon Feb 20 06:00:12 GMT 2012
Helen Yemm answers your questions on liverwort, yellow geranium and more.

Sun Feb 19 16:24:16 GMT 2012
This week: cut back geraniums and tape up evergreens.

Sat Feb 18 22:30:30 GMT 2012
Bunny Guinness explains how to make the most of that vital first impression

Sat Feb 18 22:30:13 GMT 2012
Francine Raymond explores the joys of a haven at the bottom of the garden

Fri Feb 17 20:50:16 GMT 2012
Bird are sporting their finest feathers too early as we enjoy a 'spring preview', says Horatio
Fri Feb 17 06:50:01 GMT 2012
The world's most expensive snowdrop bulb, cultivated "by accident" by an elderly couple in
Fri Feb 17 06:00:12 GMT 2012
They may not make for good photos, but sloping gardens offer a journey of changed perspectives,
Wed Feb 15 16:00:03 GMT 2012
Simple winter containers are a great way to brighten the gloom, says Ed Cumming.

Wed Feb 15 14:56:06 GMT 2012
Sarah Raven asks three shrub experts to pick their 'best smellers' for adding a touch of joy to the
Wed Feb 15 07:30:21 GMT 2012
Why do devotees pay hundreds of pounds for a single snowdrop, asks Michael Leapman.

Wed Feb 15 06:00:44 GMT 2012
There are few places in Britain to rival Caerhays Castle & Gardens on the south Cornish coast.
Tue Feb 14 11:31:10 GMT 2012
Even the most loving couple can fall out in the garden, writes Bunny Guinness

Tue Feb 14 11:31:10 GMT 2012
Even the most loving couple can fall out in the garden, writes Bunny Guinness

Tue Feb 14 06:30:03 GMT 2012
This week: access and repair wind damage after a blustery few months and tend to ornamental
Tue Feb 14 06:00:03 GMT 2012
Love is in the air: stroll through the most romantic gardens in the world.
Mon Feb 13 18:17:57 GMT 2012
Despite the initial hysteria over New Zealand flatworms, Ken Thompson says we needn't panic over
Mon Feb 13 12:45:39 GMT 2012
Telegraph readers' photos of the snow and icy weather.

Mon Feb 13 07:00:49 GMT 2012
Make use of your best blooms and keep your gardens seasonal, fresh, scented and simple.

Sat Feb 11 07:00:50 GMT 2012
A competition to design new habitats for wildlife and honeybees in the centre of London has reached
Fri Feb 10 20:29:24 GMT 2012
A selection of garden designs that will be created at Chelsea in 2012.

Fri Feb 10 20:29:24 GMT 2012
A selection of garden designs that will be created at Chelsea Flower Show in 2012.
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