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2014/04/18 13:08
2014/04/18 13:08
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A fifth of gardeners admit to throwing snails over the fence into their neighbour's garden to get rid of them, a survey has revealed. The poll for the Royal Horticultural Society found 80% of people...
2014/04/18 13:08
2014/04/18 13:08
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2014/04/18 09:32
2014/04/18 09:32
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Norwich gardeners urged to grow for gold with sunflowersThe Norwich in Bloom team after Sunflower Sowing at City College Norwich. The artist Vincent Van Gogh was fixated with them and they are often...
2014/04/16 05:22
2014/04/16 05:22
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Community group prepares to make Atherton bloom The Bridgers are preparing to compete in the national contest A COMMUNITY group is preparing to take part in the Britain in Bloom UK Finals 2014 after...
2014/04/15 10:35
2014/04/15 10:35
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Team South Africa, from left, Ray Hudson, Roger Oliver, Sarah Struys, Elton le Roux and David Davidson, with a model of the South African exhibit planned for this years Chelsea Flower Show in London...
2014/04/13 04:31
2014/04/13 04:31
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See the largest camellia collection in the world and seaside garden splendors on the 11-day �Portugal�s Gardens� tour offered by the Royal Horticultural Society through Collette Travel either May...
2014/04/12 14:49
2014/04/12 14:49
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Lyth Valley Damson Day celebrations enjoyed by thousands Maisie Jones, Sophie Richardson & Mimi Bleakley with painted faces CROWDS of people turned out today (April 12) for the Lyth Valley’s annual...
2014/04/09 05:21
2014/04/09 05:21
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THE beauty of Wales is that it has miles upon miles of unspoilt land on well-managed estates and gardens. And in one eastern corner is a particularly precious and beautiful bloom in the nation’s...
2014/04/06 09:50
2014/04/06 09:50
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Have trowel, will travel Garden-centred holiday options guaranteed to sow the seeds of inspiration Gravetye Manor and garden in Sussex, England A waterlily pond and bridge in Monet’s garden,...
2014/04/03 18:51
2014/04/03 18:51
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Tiny 81 Tantallon Road, in Balham, is one of the best new NGS small gardens[PH] This includes 600 that have never been part of the NGS before, and 300 that haven’t opened to the public for...
2014/04/02 17:55
2014/04/02 17:55
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Launch of Portishead Town Garden, with Jane Pagano, Ken Windibank, Jon Gething, Kevin Carlton from North Somerset, Sandy Tebbutt Chairman of Portishead in Bloom, Gill Gething, Val Hampshire and Cllr...
2014/04/02 16:36
2014/04/02 16:36
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Lord Mayor Keith Driver launches the Norwich in Bloom competitions with manager Steve Boon at Notcutts. Photo: Bill Smith Friends of Norwich in Bloom launch schools and summer horticultural...
2014/04/02 07:09
2014/04/02 07:09
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The cliché about one’s home being a castle has held sway for at least four centuries because, in the main, it is true. But while a homeowner may have protection against officers of the law entering...
2014/03/30 08:24
2014/03/30 08:24
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Celebrity gardener set to hold talk in LetchworthDavid Domoney will be presenting a talk on the magic of community gardening in Letchworth GC A celebrity gardener is set to talk about the magic of...
2014/03/29 07:58
2014/03/29 07:58
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When Joan Gunn first dated her future husband, he confessed to a lifetime love. Soon, it became hers, too. “When Howard and I met, we were both getting near retirement age,” Joan recalled. “He said,...
2014/03/28 14:32
2014/03/28 14:32
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Richard Wright’s onion plot. Picture by Bella Wright. IS IT just me that gets attached to everyday inanimate objects? And, no, that’s not a cue for a Les Dawson mother-in-law joke. My plastic...
2014/03/26 14:55
2014/03/26 14:55
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School joins gardening campaign A WESTON school has been selected to work with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) on a gardening project. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be...
2014/03/25 17:36
2014/03/25 17:36
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Winter may be -- slowly -- melting away, but it remains on my mind. That’s partially because of Mert, the hero of Mert, the Anxious Evergreen, a children’s Christmas story written and illustrated by...
2014/03/15 07:21
2014/03/15 07:21
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Galanthus (snowdrop; Greek gala "milk," anthos "flower") is a small flower of about 20 species of plant that bloom in the northern hemisphere before the vernal equinox, March 20 or 21. The little...
2014/03/14 12:50
2014/03/14 12:50
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Winds of change are happening all around us — at last! Right before Wednesday’s snowstorm plants were being uncovered. We should soon see new life especially in the early bloomers such as spring bulb...
2014/03/13 15:09
2014/03/13 15:09
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A resident in the village of Falkland, Fife, a previous Britain in Bloom winner, looking after flowers (GETTY) Finding myself increasingly unhappy at school – clueless about maths, bemused by French...
2014/04/18 13:08
2014/04/18 13:08
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