Most daffodils have a fragrance, some will miss it completely, and others will delight in its light, cool, spring-like notes. However there are some narcissi that are deliciously fragrant, a scent that is sweet, captivating and unique. Find out more about fragrant narcissi on the MyGardenSchool blog.
Over Christmas I could have written about holly or mistletoe, or maybe hellebores, but I’ve chosen the much maligned ivy. I know I’ve written about it before in terms of plants that gardeners hate, so I think it needs some support. I know some of you hate it and are...
Do you get frustrated by ivy? Andy McIndoe's post, which supports the 'much maligned ivy', may change your mind.
Repairing the damage after winter Winter wet, especially if it is followed by frost, takes its toll on the many of the plants in your garden. For some of us gardens are waterlogged and the mild weather has resulted in soft growth. Some plants have never really got into winter...
Here’s a review of what to look out for and what to do in your garden to help repair the damage caused in winter.
A Guide To Prize Winning Sweet Peas If you want to grow amazing sweet peas you should start now. Traditionally gardeners sowed sweet peas in the autumn, overwintered them in cold frames, and then planted out in spring. Many still do. However sweet peas are versatile hardy annuals. You can...
If you want to grow amazing sweet peas you should start now. Here is our step by step guide to growing amazing sweet peas.
Do you know which of your houseplants are poisonous? Few of us are aware than many houseplants are indeed toxic to both humans and pets. Here is a list of just
Do you know which of your houseplants are poisonous? Few of us are aware than many houseplants are indeed toxic to both humans and pets. Here is a list of just a few of the common poisonous houseplants.
How Much should I charge as a garden/ landscape designer? Here Duncan Heather co founder of MyGardenSchool and director of the Oxford College of Garden Design
How Much should I charge as a garden/landscape designer? Here Duncan Heather, co founder of MyGardenSchool and director of the Oxford College of Garden Design, explains fee scales and how to track your time.
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