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Where did the fun go?

Gardening used to be fun. In the days before designers and makeovers, it was ok to put clashing colours together and plant bright colours for the summer: tangerine marigolds, fiery red salvias, pompom...

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Where did the fun go?

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Growing Agapanthus

Growing Agapanthus
One of the best summer plants - and one that many people struggle with - is...

Pyramid made of roses breaks record

Pyramid made of roses breaks record
Counting 546,364 roses, Guinness World Records certified that the town of T...

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What's new?
This is the time of year when plant breeders and growers show off their new...

To mow or not to mow

To mow or not to mow
Given all the hot weather recently, you may be looking out on a lawn tha...




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2018 Rose Festival
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Ladybirds eat fewer aphids under loud noise

Researchers from Mississippi State University tested how various sounds affect ecosystems and discovered ladybirds — also known as lady bugs or lady beetles — drastically changed their behaviour when ...

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Ladybirds eat fewer aphids under loud noise

Gardening Pests and Diseases

Greenhouses to fight pests changing colours

The monochromatic greenhouse landscape in Spain can soon make way for a variety of colours and materials for the protection and improvement of crops, according to researchers of the Technical Universi...

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Greenhouses to fight pests changing colours

How to garden: August projects


How to garden: How to take softwood cuttings

How to take softwood cuttings
Difficulty: 3 / 5
You'll need: Secateurs, rooting hormone powder, pot, compost, cover

How to garden: How to protect plants from heat

How to protect plants from heat
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Newspaper, Shading Paint, Brush, Watering Can, Horticultural Fleece or Netting

How to garden: How to water when on Holiday

How to water when on Holiday
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Tray, Plastic Bag, Watering Can, Spade

How to garden: How to protect against birds

How to protect against birds
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Netting, Pop-up Cover, Chicken Wire, CDs



School Gardening

Duchess of Cambridge Celebrates Ten Years of School Gardening

The Duchess of Cambridge visited green fingered youngsters at Robin Hood Primary School in Kingston Vale today to celebrate ten years of the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Campaign for School Gar...

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Duchess of Cambridge Celebrates Ten Years of School Gardening

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Join Peter Seabrook as he shares all his experience and advice with you on a weekly basis in his new podcast series.

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