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Saddleworth Extra
Show garden takes Chelsea regulars to next levelIT’S a case of spades at the ready for a Greenfield company set to build its fi
Show garden takes Chelsea regulars to next level
Saddleworth Extra / Posted 17 hours ago
IT’S a case of spades at the ready for a Greenfield company set to build its first show garden at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show in May. Hartley Botanic has been exhibiting trade stands at the Royal Horticultural Society show for almost 60... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Green fingered residents awarded in HertfordshireA group of people have been recognised for a second time with a Royal Horticult
Green fingered residents awarded in Hertfordshire
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 20 hours ago
A group of people have been recognised for a second time with a Royal Horticultural Society award. The residents at New Forge Place, a leasehold retirement scheme for over 55s in Hertfordshire, were awarded with the highest prize possible in the... Read more
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birminghammail
West Midlands burns brightly in the night - picture by Tim PeakeBirmingham burns brightly at night in a stunning picture taken from orbit by Br
West Midlands burns brightly in the night - picture by Tim Peake
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
Birmingham burns brightly at night in a stunning picture taken from orbit by British astronaut Tim Peake. The image shows the UK with all its population centres at night, with the West Midlands clearly visible. Taken from the International Space... Read more
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guardian-series
Schoolchildren to grow seeds from space in out-of-this-world experimentYoung scientists are preparing to become space biologists and embark on a voyag
Schoolchildren to grow seeds from space in out-of-this-world experiment
guardian-series / Posted 3 days ago
Young scientists are preparing to become space biologists and embark on a voyage of discovery by growing seeds that have been into space. In September last year, 2kg of rocket seeds were flown to the International Space Station (ISS) where they will... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
How do you like your eggs? British astronaut Tim Peake reveals his have to be 'space scrambled'British astronaut Tim Peake has revealed he likes his eggs in the morning "spac
How do you like your eggs? British astronaut Tim Peake reveals his have to be 'space scrambled'
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
British astronaut Tim Peake has revealed he likes his eggs in the morning "space scrambled". The 43 year old is more than a month into a six-month mission on board the International Space Station (ISS). In a short video posted on his Twitter... Read more
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Evening Standard
Melanie McDonagh: Enjoy the Monet pleasures of having a gardenObviously, it was complete genius for the Royal Academy — which, let’s observe
Melanie McDonagh: Enjoy the Monet pleasures of having a garden
Evening Standard / Posted 7 days ago
Obviously, it was complete genius for the Royal Academy — which, let’s observe in passing, doesn’t receive a penny of government money — to stage its Painting the Modern Garden exhibition at the end of January. Outside, grey and more grey; inside a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
RHS Wisley welcomes unexpected visitor after mum gives birthCamilla O’Hare was at the gardens with her husband, Matthew, and their two-year
RHS Wisley welcomes unexpected visitor after mum gives birth
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
Camilla O’Hare was at the gardens with her husband, Matthew, and their two-year-old son Harry on January 15 for some light exercise on the date her baby daughter was due. “We had gone for a walk in the morning," said Mrs O'Hare. "I had had lower... Read more
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express
Pensioner told to cut down 140-old hedge for ‘health and safety’ reasonsPensioner told to cut down 140-year-old hedge for ‘health and safety’ reasons
Pensioner told to cut down 140-old hedge for ‘health and safety’ reasons
express / Posted 9 days ago
Pensioner told to cut down 140-year-old hedge for ‘health and safety’ reasons A BEAUTIFUL giant yew tree hedge in one of England’s loveliest villages is under threat from “jobsworths” who say it must be cut back for health and safety reasons. Roy... Read more
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express
Why the RHS says gardening should be available on NHS prescription GARDENING should be available on the NHS according to leaders of the UK's hor
Why the RHS says gardening should be available on NHS prescription
express / Posted 10 days ago
GARDENING should be available on the NHS according to leaders of the UK's horticultural industry, including the Royal Horticultural Society and the Horticultural Trades... Read more
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Gazette
Property Homes and Gardens: Create your own winter wonderland by adding striking seasonal stunners to your garden nowADD the wow factor to your winter garden with striking plants that look their b
Property Homes and Gardens: Create your own winter wonderland by adding striking seasonal stunners to your garden now
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
ADD the wow factor to your winter garden with striking plants that look their best right now. Whether you’d like to fill your borders with hardy shrubs covered with fragrant flowers, clad a fence or archway with colour, or plant a small flowering... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Britain's hedgehogs at risk from unpredictable winter weatherFay Vass, Chief Executive of the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, said he
Britain's hedgehogs at risk from unpredictable winter weather
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Fay Vass, Chief Executive of the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, said her organisation had received lots of calls about hedgehogs that have not hibernated yet. “There are still hedgehogs out and about,” she said. “A prolonged cold snap will... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Volunteers win award for railway station work The Friends of Yatton Station Garden. Volunteers who tend the garden at Yatt
Volunteers win award for railway station work
Weston Mercury / Posted 26 days ago
The Friends of Yatton Station Garden. Volunteers who tend the garden at Yatton Railway Station have won an award. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Yatton Railway Station. The... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The 10 best culture and art group tours for 2016A new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Painting the Modern Garden: Mone
The 10 best culture and art group tours for 2016
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
A new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse (January 30 – April 20), examines the role of gardens in the paintings of Claude Monet and his contemporaries. Brightwater Holiday’s new four-day Genius of... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Winning garden design to be revealed in SpringThe winning design for a new waterfront garden at The Hepworth, Wakefield will
Winning garden design to be revealed in Spring
Wakefield Today / Posted 1 months ago
The winning design for a new waterfront garden at The Hepworth, Wakefield will be unveiled next Spring. Four design plans were showcased on garden sheds at the gallery in October. Christopher Bradley Hole and Brita von Schoenaich Hepworth garden... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Award for station’s gardening volunteers The Friends of Yatton Station Garden. A GROUP of volunteers which tends and
Award for station’s gardening volunteers
Weston Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
The Friends of Yatton Station Garden. A GROUP of volunteers which tends and maintains the garden at Yatton railway station has won an award for its efforts. To send a link to this page you must be logged... Read more

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