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Throw the Hoe - Veddw House Garden

Throw the Hoe - Veddw House Garden | Gardening | Scoop.it
The result is a generous mass of plants, playing colour, texture and foliage form against each other, and my work is to keep the flowering effect going.
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Garden Q&A: Growing plants in full shade - Rockford Register Star

Garden Q&A: Growing plants in full shade Rockford Register Star Growing in the shade can be fun. While some shade plants will produce flowers, they are usually not long lived.
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Maximizing those small outdoor spaces - Regina Leader-Post

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Maximizing those small outdoor spaces Regina Leader-Post If you love plants but have minimal space, add a wallmounted garden filled with succulent plants to one wall, says Schuneman: "It's a great way to add life and texture without actually taking...
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Gardening: Respect your Elder and its wide range of uses - Yorkshire Evening Post

Gardening: Respect your Elder and its wide range of uses - Yorkshire Evening Post | Gardening | Scoop.it
Yorkshire Evening Post Gardening: Respect your Elder and its wide range of uses Yorkshire Evening Post The other thing to note is that if making a recipe with the flowers of the dark leaved cultivars, which tend to be pink in colour, this will most...
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Down to earth designer who inspired Dr Jekyll - Express.co.uk

Down to earth designer who inspired Dr Jekyll - Express.co.uk | Gardening | Scoop.it
Down to earth designer who inspired Dr Jekyll Express.co.uk Jekyll was a disciple of the Irish garden writer William Robinson, and she championed his return to the cottage garden style instead of formal schemes, as well as the use of hardy...
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