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Japanese Garden

... so suits containers. The small pots to the rear include a small rhododendron (e.g. Rhododendron 'Blue Peter' ) and two ferns (e.g. Dryopteris affinis ). ...

The garden by night

... or the trickle of water. There are waterproof lights available for the smallest of water features; the lacy fronds of ferns make marvellous shadows. Or experiment with light shining through trickling water. Beware of using uplights in ponds however...

Instant Winter Colour

... either bringing into the greenhouse or conservatory or covering with a fleece. This applies to plants such as palms, tree ferns and Agaves. Andrew can be contacted on 020 8542 0683...

Bringing the garden indoors

... into the greenhouse or conservatory or covering with a fleece. This particularly applies to plants such as palms, tree ferns, olive trees and Agaves. Andrew Fisher Tomlin ...

Prevent frost damage

... be grown in pots and overwinter these in a warm greenhouse, ready for planting in spring. Protect the crowns of tree ferns and insulate their trunks by wrapping them in layers of fleece or hessian stuffed with straw. Cordylines and palms should...

Beautiful bulbs

... look untidy but you shouldn't cut them back, tie them up or lift the plants. Let them die down naturally but plant amongst ferns and the new fronds of the ferns will disguise the dying leaves of the daffodils in no time at all. Some great bulbs...

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... and top-sized bulbs. Coblands ( Best4Plants ) were founded in 1963 growing a wide range of shrubs, herbaceous, grasses, ferns and trees in the 'coblands' of Kent. The Coblands production nursery extends over 120 acres on a number of sites...