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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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Oyez, Oyez….

….the BBC have discovered Plant Heritage.  This week we have had more filming in the marquee than ever before, with Alys Fowler and Jo Swift both buying seeds and commenting on the collections.  Jo made one visitor’s day by signing … Continue reading

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Not just for jam

Blackberries and raspberries are the most commonly known species in the genus Rubus and this Hampton Court display shows the variety of form and habit using plants from all over the world; China has more than 300 species and more are being … Continue reading

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