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Gardening Tips for February 2011 with Danny CalderbankClick here to read the original article online
January's gardening tips with Danny CalderbankClick here to read the original article online
Jonas Holdsworth forages for free food in the countryside.Click here to read more
I was recently asked how a plant nursery differs from a garden centre and I thought this was worth exploring further.Click here to read more
In most gardens the lawn covers the greatest area and yet its appearance is often secondary to borders for example, which is unfortunate for here in the North we experience the ideal conditions for growing grass and we should be able to create fine lawns with very little effort.Click here to read more
Everyone has a favourite hardy perennial; mine is Verbena bonariensis and judging from my mail box and the frequency of this plant’s appearance on TV gardening programmes, I am not alone. The common name of Vervain is not often used but I am sure you will readily recognise the plant. Verbena bonariensis can truly be called an ‘architectural’ plant for it is self supporting and capable of reaching shoulder height. The stems may look delicate but are actually wiry and the long-lasting flowers are plentiful and much loved by bees and butterflies.Click here to read more
He's a cut above the rest - just like his lawnmower. Danny Calderback has more timely handy hints and the summertime news.Click here to read more