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The Thames Water Flourishing Future Garden

... Diplotaxis tenuifolia Nasturtium officinale Ocimum basilicum 'Sweet Green' Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group) 'Nero di Toscana' ...

B&Q's Bursting Busy Lizzie Garden

... feel good outdoor space’, the ‘B&Q Bursting Busy Lizzie Garden’ is inspired by the insight that gardens are the sweet spot of British home happiness. New research from B&Q polled 2,000 UK homeowners to find that 86 per cent of us feel...

Alasdair Busby - Our Easter 2018 Social Media Competition Winner

... now it’s back to my soggy Anstruther garden for a spot of planting – foxgloves in the wooded area and planting up some Sweet Pea seeds. Why Alasdair entered our Easter Competition I think Shoot is a brilliant concept and I am...

Hillier Spring Garden

... Euphorbia characias 'Silver Swan' Hosta 'Halcyon' Hosta 'So Sweet' Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Tamukeyama' Geranium 'Rozanne' ...

Piet Oudolf's Top 100 plants

... of Piet's top medium-length season plants includes Acanthus spinosus (Spiny bear's breeches) and Rudbeckia subtomentosa (Sweet coneflower). These retain their interest for at least three months because of their foliage and flowers, structure...

Scented border for a sunny garden

... even in the cold grey of January, there is the cheerful and delicious scent of Chimonanthus praecox var. Luteus (Wintersweet). Spring brings out the Crocuses , Daffodils , Erysimum ‘Bowles Mauve’ and Hyacinths bringing much...

Shady Terrace House Garden in East London

... worn out wire fences, were erected down the right of the garden, onto which a selection of clematis and everlasting sweet peas were trained. The main area of the garden consisted of a tapered, oval shaped lawn, encircled by a raised bed...

Witan Investment Trust PLC Global Growth Garden

... area of the garden the multistem amelanchier trees are underplanted with cool whites and greens of hostas, ostrich ferns, sweet woodruff and claytonia. Edible Plants List: Aloysia triphylla ...

Henry Le Worm Community Garden

... Eruca sativa Helianthus x laetiflorus Lycopersicon esculentum 'Sweet Aperitif'   Sleeper hanging baskets Thymus vulgaris ...

Urban Oasis Garden

... Scabiosa caucasica 'Perfecta Alba' Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' X Heucherella 'Sweet Tea' Hydrangea macrophylla 'Zorro' Rhodanthemum 'Casablanca' (Atlas Daisy...

Plant of the month September 2019

... time. They can be planted in borders, naturalised in grass and in containers for spring flowering alongside wallflowers, sweet william and myosotis. Some types can be forced and grown indoors for Christmas flowering. These varieties are scented...

Cloudy Bay Sensations Garden

... create intense colour depth and perfumes, set against a simple palette of oak and hazel coppice, woodland grasses and sweet woodruff. Gooseberry, raspberry and redcurrant are dotted through the naturalistic planting. To the front of the...

Time to Relect Garden

Designed by Adam Frost. The garden sees a fusion of natural stone boulders, copper rills and ornamental plants to capture countryside memories - inspiring people to explore the great outdoors and recreate their own memories. The garden has...

Positively Stoke-on-Trent Garden

The ‘Positively Stoke-on-Trent’ garden concept has been prepared by the City Council Team. It represents a city with a new clarity of purpose and new sources of energy. It draws on the city’s natural resources and plugs directly into the new...

RBC Embrace the Rain Garden

Designed by Hugo Bugg. Sophisticated, sustainable and symbolic, Hugo Bugg’s design highlights global water issues and demonstrates practical, year-round water management solutions for home gardeners. This is in keeping with the goals of...

The Brewin Dolphin Garden

Designed by Matthew Childs. This is a garden about possibilities and nurturing potential for the future. The calm, tranquil spaces in this year's garden surrounded by fresh, lush, planting reflect Brewin Dolphin's long heritage of nurturing and...

My greenhouse by Nicola Lindsay

By Nicola Lindsay, a proud Hartley Botanic greenhouse owner. Although I use the greenhouse for potting up and caring for my plants, it is very much a sunny retreat and a lovely place to have a cup of coffee with a friend. A Victorian table and...

Plant of the month January 2020

... confusa is an evergreen shrub which can be planted in the border or in a container. The common names for this plant are Sweet box and Christmas Box. The genus Sarcococca (Winter box) has sweetly scented pure white flowers. It flowers...

Stockton Drillings As Nature Intended Garden

... tapeworms and other internal parasites Polypodium vulgare traditionally used in confectionery (nougat) for its bittersweet taste and aromatic properties Polypodium munitum has edible rhizomes Saruma henryi is used in traditional...

Flatford Wildlife Garden (RSPB)

  The brief was to develop a wildlife garden to provide the RSPB with an opportunity to communicate with the many visitors that already visit Flatford Mill. It will provide a breathing space from the crowds and allow visitors to be...