Monthly Archives: March 2013

The big picture

Robin Williams was the guest speaker this week at the Surrey group meeting with a topic of ‘Great Gardens and how to achieve them’.  Robin grew up designing gardens and set up the Garden Design School  in 2001 with Moira … Continue reading

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Joining the dots

If Bal-Ham is the gateway to the south, then the A303 must be the gateway to the south-west.  Regular frequenters of this route plied me with advice on where to stop for my afternoon cup of tea when I left the office to … Continue reading

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In order to increase the number of plants available for sale at their Plant Fayres, the Surrey group have set up a Propagation Team.  The inaugural February meeting to cover division of perennials was scotched by the snow – treacherous … Continue reading

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Abigail’s garden

Heathers, along with the Three Day Week, loons and Demis Roussos, are redolent of the late 60s and 70s, and like Dahlias and grasses before them, are due a revival.  A visit to the National Collections of Heathers at RHS Wisley could provide … Continue reading

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