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Rare plant of the month: April 2017

Hepatica transsilvanica ‘Blumenstadt Erfurt’ Welcome to the second in our series of blogs about rare plants growing with Plant Guardians in gardens around the UK. Plants in the genus Hepatica are found across the northern hemisphere from Central Europe to Asia, … Continue reading

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Rare plant of the month: March 2017

Welcome to the first of our new series of posts that will introduce you to some of the wonderful and intriguing rare plants that have been registered into the Plant Guardian scheme by Plant Heritage members. While the main aim … Continue reading

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London in bloom in February

A superb gold medal winning display was created by our Plant Heritage London Group, at the RHS Early Spring Plant Fair. The display illustrated a range of plants that are in flower or fruit now.  At first glance the display catches your eye with the wide variety … Continue reading

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Love your rose Collections on Valentine’s Day

We have 11 National Plant Collections of Rosa, spanning the UK from Edinburgh to Hampshire.  From old English roses to Scottish and Japanese roses, rambling, shrub and ancient Gallica roses – there’s a Collection to woo all lovers of the nation’s … Continue reading

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Plant Heritage at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show – In pictures


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A weekend in Worcestershire

Last weekend I had the chance to visit Malvern in Worcestershire before hosting the Plant Heritage Members’ day at Bodenham Aboretum and we chanced upon Picton Garden at Old Court Nurseries who keep a National Collection of Michealmas Daisies.  The … Continue reading

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Plant Heritage at Borde Hill Gardens

The sun shone on our first national Plant Heritage event this year, held at Borde Hill Gardens, near Haywards Heath in Sussex, described as  ‘One of the country’s truly great gardens’ by Country Life magazine. Huge thanks to the generous Eleni … Continue reading

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