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2014/08/29 14:59
2014/08/29 14:59
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Britain is blooming mad. And it shows. The writer visited London this summer and describes its garden policy Britain is in bloom. Petunias, phlox, pinks, poppies, geraniums, fuchsias… flowers gaze at...
2014/08/29 14:59
2014/08/29 14:59
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2014/08/28 18:48
2014/08/28 18:48
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Artist impressions ahead of Whitley Bay Big Local to present plans to North Tyneside Council A strategy to revive a seaside town has been launched by a community venture. Volunteers from the Whitley...
2014/08/27 17:37
2014/08/27 17:37
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Researchers from 21 institutions have unanimously voted the quagga mussel, which is now well established in the Netherlands, as posing the greatest threat to Britain’s ecosystems among those species...
2014/08/26 17:01
2014/08/26 17:01
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AN HISTORIC tourist attraction is about to get a multi-million pound makeover. Work will start next month on a £2.2m project to expand the visitor facilities at Mottisfont Abbey near Romsey as more...
2014/08/26 10:17
2014/08/26 10:17
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A group of well-meaning Girl Guides caused a public health scare after planting potentially-deadly flowers in a public park - as part of a BBC Countryfile project. Council groundsmen were called in...
2014/08/24 21:37
2014/08/24 21:37
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The Royal Horticultural Society said gardeners are in line for excellent crops with berries, apples and pears ripening early. Exotic fruits such as figs and grapes are also likely to do well, thanks...
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2014/08/22 13:00
2014/08/22 13:00
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Botanist and adventurer, David Douglas There are botanists, horticulturalists and plantsmen. This last term is used in reference to both men and women, although the term plantswoman occasionally...
2014/08/22 07:15
2014/08/22 07:15
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Green fingered Barrie Linning, who started the Garrowhill Garden Estate Community Group six years ago, said the bed - one of six the group tends around Garrowhill - was proving popular with...
2014/08/22 00:23
2014/08/22 00:23
10d
Climate in UK this year the warmest on record, matching Australian data showing the two years to April were our hottest to date. THE UK has had the warmest weather since records began this year and...
2014/08/20 12:22
2014/08/20 12:22
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Teaching assistant at Eagley Infants Primary School named one of best school gardeners in country Green-fingered teaching assistant Lynn Clarkson has been commended by the Royal Horticultural...
2014/08/19 07:09
2014/08/19 07:09
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This year, at the Chelsea Flower Show, I was aiming for the gold medal and was over the moon when I actually won. The world of competitive garden designing used to be so exclusive and it was difficult...
2014/08/18 14:30
2014/08/18 14:30
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Published: 18 Aug 2014 15:00 FRESHLY grown produce is going from the playground to the plate at Aileymill Primary. The school is building upon its gardening success as a base for the Royal...
2014/08/17 17:37
2014/08/17 17:37
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The fungal disease kills and maims apples, blackcurrants, gooseberries, grapes, courgettes, marrows, cucumbers, peas, roses, honeysuckle, rhododendrons and azaleas. It also causes problems for farmers...
2014/08/15 23:20
2014/08/15 23:20
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Homeowners are being urged to lock up their garden gnomes as thieves are targeting the popular ornaments. A fifth of households have had gear pinched from their back yards with one in ten reporting...
2014/08/07 15:13
2014/08/07 15:13
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Last updated at 15:36, Thursday, 07 August 2014 BRITAIN in Bloom judges described Dalton, the ancient capital of Furness as a town with unique features and say they were very impressed by one local...
2014/08/07 13:53
2014/08/07 13:53
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Gardeners' question time as Britain in Bloom judges visit Durham IN BLOOM: Judges from Britain in Bloom and representitives of various organisations gather in Durham's market place to mark the...
2014/08/07 04:41
2014/08/07 04:41
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Embedding memories of life in wartime WAR was the focus for flowerbeds in Witney as part of the town’s entry in a national floral competition. Six community groups have planted beds as part of the...
2014/08/05 08:34
2014/08/05 08:34
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Thornbury blooming as In Bloom judges tour the town SR_310_001 RHS Britain in Bloom judges Ian Beaney and Jeff Bates, left, with Thornbury in Bloom committee members during their visit to the town...
2014/08/05 04:56
2014/08/05 04:56
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Green-fingered volunteers across Leeds were today ready for the arrival of judges from Britain in Bloom. This year the UK’s largest community gardening campaign celebrates its 50th anniversary and...
2014/08/04 17:53
2014/08/04 17:53
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Hard work means town puts on a good show for bloom judges FLOWER POWER: Britain in Bloom judges visit Sedgefield. Picture: STUART BOULTON. (8927197) MONTHS of hard work and summer sunshine ensured a...
2014/08/29 14:59
2014/08/29 14:59
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