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  • July's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    A hardy, South African aloe is a permanent resident in the Dry Garden at RHS Garden Hyde Hall

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  • Aliens in the Dry Garden?

    By Jeanette Jones
    Over the past few weeks in the Dry Garden some rather distinctive and strange-looking plants ...

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  • June's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    For the first time in years, the towering blue spikes of majestic echiums are swaying in ...

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  • Cutting through the jungle

    By Andrew Hellman
    We returned to the garden on Monday to find our seed-sown annuals and first-year-flowering ...

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  • Basking in the summer sun

    By Christine Woodhouse
    Tanned faces and mountains of fresh growth can only mean one thing - summer is just around the ...

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  • All ready for the summer sun in our ...

    By Ian Bull
    The Dry Garden at Hyde Hall has had its spring tidy up and is ready for the warm summer days ...

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  • May's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Gardens come alive in May with so many fresh colours brightening up our borders; a wonderful ...

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  • A busy time in the arrivals lounge here ...

    By Jeanette Jones
    It’s that time of the year when new plant deliveries at the garden require their passport

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  • Now is the time to get hardy plants in ...

    By Andrew Tebbutt
    My last blog was about woodland planting. This time around it is a 180-degree shift as we ...

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  • A slow spring gives successional ...

    By Matthew Oliver
    Since my last blog in mid-February, growing has moved at a snail’s pace down at the veg ...

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  • Springing into life

    By Christine Woodhouse
    During the first part of spring, some gardens can be dull and uninspiring, awaiting the summer ...

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  • April's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    A spring gem on a wiry stem

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