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Plant of the month May 2010

It is loved by bees and humans alike and emits a beautiful scent when you brush past it. There is lavender plants that will let you choose from the full spectrum of colours to create a uniform hedge or just have a collection of different shades....

VIDEO - Hanham Court Gardens

... that dances miraculously upon a jet of water; adell crowded with snowdrops , ferns , tree ferns , magnolias , primroses and violets a stream gurgles into grotto, waterfalls, ponds; meadows and orchard, never tampered with by agriculture,...

Small Country House Garden

... feature pond and sitting area. A traditional pergola was included, covering the entrance to the garden covered with roses and clematis. This opened out on the expansive lawn offering the visitor a choice of directions. Close to the...

VIDEO - Pruning climbing roses

... list in Shoot today . We will then send you care advice, and how to videos, direct to your email inbox! See Climbing roses in Shoot here . ...

Traditional garden and parterre

... grasses and perennials including Miscanthus and Foeniculum vulargis purpureum and a number of pink and white English roses including Rosa Gertrude Jekyll . Iris and Allium complete the picture in May and June to create a riot of purples,...

Enchanting Escape Garden

... restful pleasure. Colour and texture are opulent in this planting scheme - rich shades of burgundy and pink, fragrant roses, and a variety of foliage. The imposing multi-stemmed Betula utilis var. jacquemontii , selected for their white...

The Most Fragrant Roses

Rosa 'Madame Isaac Pereire' Considered one of the most fragrant roses in history, 'Madame Isaac Pereire' bears petal-filled, deep raspberry-rose flowers in spring and again in summer.   Rosa 'Gertrude Jekyll' Most English...

The Garden Event

Over 60 exhibitors will be providing a variety of specialist plants and shrubs, roses, herbs, vegetables and plant seedlings, as well as a selection of garden tools, furniture, ornaments, sculptures and photography. There will also be several...

The QVC Garden by Adam Frost (Sample planting plan)

... this central point are gentle waves of grasses, astrantias and irises, dotted here and there with the romance of classic roses including 'Gertrude Jekyll' and 'Winchester Cathedral' . Beneath the trees, ferns, foxgloves and cranesbills...

Gardening for Wildlife...

... sites for birds. Nectar from flowers feeds insects, food from berries and other fruits supports birds and small animals. Roses offer nectar and seeds in the form of hips as well as providing protective cover. Also try Pyracantha , Cotoneaster...

Visit snowdrops in February and March

... Visitors welcome by appt Cheshire & Wirral    Bucklow Farm Country garden with shrubs, perennial borders, rambling roses, herb garden, vegetable patch, wildlife pond/water feature and alpines. Landscaped and planted over the last 25yrs with...

Romantic seaside rose-garden

... to inspire and to excite all five senses, also welcoming the wildlife. 90% of the plants in the garden are roses, with a little help of perennials, few existing fruit trees and shrubs. Rose beds were designed in shapes of waves,...

The Daily Telegraph Garden

... to the planting design. Large green leaves (including Gunnera), grey leaves, vertical bamboo and iris, rounded shrubs and roses create a rhythm. Planting list:  Taxus baccata Alchemilla mollis ...

From an Ocean to a Garden

... with the architecture, and also separates the montage of agricultural and natural planting from the formal pleasure garden. Roses have been introduced in many of the Villa gardens of the regions and are used to complete the story of the stone. ...

BUPA “The BUPA Garden”

... Carpinus hedging divides the garden and provides different routes by maximising the use of space. A mixture of perennials, roses and grasses provide colour, texture and scent. The garden serves as an example of how a small courtyard might be...

Deck the Halls

... open up. I also love a bit of luxury at Christmas and will invest in a few out of season blooms such as plump cream or pink roses as a focal point. This years 'in' colours are sharp pinks and lime greens so to be really up to date and trendy try...

Cotswold Garden with Rooms

... bay ( deep red to link with hedge)& / or 'Parkdirektor riggers'. Clematis - 'Niobe' , Climbers over arch by house - Roses - Harkness Felicite - perpetue' & 'Reine Victoria' (soft pinks to link with house & lavender - scented) or 'Constance...

The Fetzer Sustainable Winery Garden

... a flowering habitat border and a traditional grape stick fence of varying height, softened by climbing plants. Climbing roses, ivy and clematis clamber on the winery. Plant list (click on any of the green links for more information): ...

The Chris Beardshaw Garden

... Dryopteris filix-mas Asplenium scolopendrium Asplenium trichomanes Aquatic Myosotis Aqumarine Roses Rosa rugosa Rosa glauca Rosa 'Fantin-Latour' Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate' Rosa banksiae 'Lutea' Bulbs Tulipa 'Black...

Create your own Indian Summer

The glory of the roses seems a distant memory and the borders have often run out of steam. The trouble is that many people are away when their garden is at its peak. We return from summer holidays to find everything has gone over, and there is...