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How To Enjoy Your Garden In April

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April is one of the most joyful and uplifting months in the garden. Days are longer, temperatures are increasing steadily and it finally feels […]

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Great Balls of Fire – Sandling Park in May

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There was such an extraordinary amount going on in May that I am now working through a draft post pile-up. In contrast to the scarcity […]

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Easter Treats at Trevoole

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It’s all go at Trevoole as the team prepare for tomorrow’s opening. The gardens are full of camellias, primulas and early tulips, intermingled with slowly unfurling […]

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The Stage is Set

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It struck me last weekend that, amid all the frantic garden visiting, I’ve written very little about what’s been going on in our town […]

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Longstock Park Water Garden, Hampshire

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The River Test in Hampshire is one of the world’s finest chalk streams, renowned for the quality of its dry fly fishing. I am […]

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A Spring Spectrum – Sandling Park, Kent

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There are those that frown upon the lusty delights of rhododendrons, camellias and azaleas. I am not one of them. I expect these naysayers […]

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Saltwood Castle, Hythe, Kent

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The far south east corner of Kent is frequently overlooked, regarded by many as nothing more than the down-at-heel gateway to the delights of […]

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The Savill Garden, Windsor Great Park.

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Lysichiton camtschatcensis, The Western Skunk Cabbage. Last weekend the sun came out. For those of you who are not British, sunny weather, even when […]

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