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11 December 2014
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19 December 2014
During the months of February-April 2015, The Nare Hotel on the Roseland Peninsula will be celebrating the true start of spring in England signified by the flowering of the Magnolias of Cornwall.
17 December 2014
Would-be gardeners looking to transform neglected outdoor spaces can seek inspiration from the Garden Industry Marketing Board (GIMB) when it launches its ‘Love the Plot You’ve Got’ campaign at The Edible Garden and Good Life Live show in London next year.
- Scotland's Gardens: Spring flower spectacle 2015
- Bee Brick wins Soil Association Innovation Awards
- Welsh firm’s wee invention
- Great British garden revival
- Show me your garden – new six-part TV series
- Veg seeds at just 99p plus freebies
- Charles Dowding takes top award
- Campaigners fight to save vital urban green space
- Arundel Castle gardens more popular than ever!
- MyGardenSchool launches Christmas competition
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 8th January 2015
15 readers to win their very own VegTrug Poppy and Patio Planter Kit!
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 9th January 2015
1x GrowSun 320W Pro worth £500 5x £50 www.thewellyshop.com vouchers 6x English Heritage 12-month adult memberships worth £49 20x A Guide to Waterwise Gardening worth £11.74 3x SmartFit Telescopic Lopper and Hedge Shear
Other Feature Articles
10 December 2014With Christmas and the holiday season upon us my thoughts are turned to seasoning for this festive season. What self-respecting bird would be complete without some well seasoned stuffing?
26 September 2014People’s motives for growing plants vary. For some it’s about economy, for others it’s purely for enjoyment or knowing where your produce comes from and what goes into it. And then there are those who ‘Grow to Show’.
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