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  • A gleaming greenhouse gives the ...

    By Matthew Oliver
    There's a lot to be said for keeping your greenhouse clean - at Hyde Hall it allows for ...

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  • Winter days at Hyde Hall

    By Christine Woodhouse
    The varied days of January passed us by in a flash - now both the plants and wildlife at Hyde ...

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  • February's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    At Hyde Hall there's a scent of the unexpected, with whiffs of delight from a white ...

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  • Flowers, frost and fragrance

    By Ian Bull
    It's worth stepping out on frosty mornings to admire winter-flowering plants; especially ...

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  • What's in a name?

    By Jeanette Jones
    With a vast and superb array of new and old trees around the lake at RHS Garden Hyde Hall, ...

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  • January's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    The fascination of birch bark provides colourful interest during winter

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  • Woefully wet winter weather won’t ...

    By Matthew Oliver
    You may think that vegetable gardening is entirely a summer affair and in winter I can sit ...

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  • Keeping a garden favourite in check

    By Christine Woodhouse
    Before winter truly arrives, its a good idea to prune your climbing and rambling roses

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  • December's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Salix alba var. vitellina ‘Yelverton’ - a colourful winter ...

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  • The final autumn shades...

    By Ian Bull
    Although it’s tempting to start hibernating as the days shorten, there is still lots of ...

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  • The challenges of labelling plants

    By Jeanette Jones
    Labelling plants at RHS Garden Hyde Hall is a more in-depth, precise undertaking than you ...

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  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall's Plant of the ...

    By RHS Gardener
    Mahonias are an extremely useful and versatile plant...

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