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  • Plant of the month: Japanese cornelian ...

    By RHS Gardener
    As the garden emerges from its winter slumber, the bright yellow flowers of an unusual large ...

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  • Plant of the month - a shining silver ...

    By RHS Gardener
    So winter in the garden is boring, wet and grey, right? Wrong!

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  • Jobs well done

    By Christine Woodhouse
    The days may be short but there are still plenty of tasks to complete in the garden

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  • Colourful cornus

    By RHS Gardener
    Cornus bring fantastic, vibrant colour at this time of year and will be a main feature in the ...

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  • Hyde Hall’s autumn showstoppers

    By Tom Freeman
    Working outside all year round, you get to intimately know and feel the seasons as they come ...

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  • November plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Easy to grow, hardy and colourful, who doesn't like 'Red Wine'?

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  • Free plants among the pots

    By Jeanette Jones
    Discovering seedlings and the beauty of seedheads in borders

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  • Round and round the veg garden

    By Ian Bull
    It’s on its way – our new Global Growth Vegetable Garden is taking shape

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  • Plant of the month: beautyberry

    By RHS Gardener
    Purple reigns with the aptly-named beautyberry

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  • Hedges, watering and a trip down under

    By Christine Woodhouse
    The Hilltop Garden team have been busy as they take on the New Zealand Garden too

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  • September plant of the month - New ...

    By RHS Gardener
    There's a last wave of colour as summer turns to autumn – and one of the best groups ...

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  • Red-hot summer

    By Robert Brett
    This summer the weather has pushed plants to their limits, with unusually high rainfall ...

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