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LOCKDOWN

LOCKDOWN

Well my dear friends gardening under lock down is extremely challenging.   You wouldn’t think so, but even running a business like this I have had to find ways of adapting.

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CORONAVIRUS – STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS

CORONAVIRUS – STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Lady Horticulturist is continuing to provide gardening services, whilst government guidelines allow me to do so. If you wish to contact me to arrange any gardening tasks or with any

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Coronavirus

Coronavirus

Lady Horticulturist will be continuing with gardening visits as usual, where possible, during this time but will be avoiding any close contact with clients, who are requested to stay indoors.

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Understanding your Soil

Understanding your Soil

So many of us see the brown matter surrounding our plants, but how many of us regard is as being sacred?  We do take our soil for granted.  This winter

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The small things in life

The small things in life

When I am travelling around, each day is very different.  I come into contact with some wonderful wildlife, flora and fauna and sometimes photos don’t do them justice and fail

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Roses

Roses

Roses are Britains favourite plant.  Due to its scent, flamboyancy, and used to enhance a garden giving a cottage theme.  Roses can be used for any occasion as a gift

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Celebrating 5 Years of Trading!

Celebrating 5 Years of Trading!

Lady Horticulturist is celebrating 5 years of trading.  It has not been an easy journey, there has been alot of hard work and at times it can be very lonely,

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Planning for Autumn/Winter

Planning for Autumn/Winter

Although we are still in Summer holiday mode, Lady Horticulturist is planning for her Autumn and Winter tidy-up.  This includes heavily pruning back shrubs and rejuevenating areas that may have

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Hampton Court RHS Show 2019

Hampton Court RHS Show 2019

Celebrating all aspect of horticulture at Hampton Court RHS Flower Show. There is so much to see and so many lovely, knowledgeable people I recommend a visit, it is well

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Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew

We have been experiencing some very heavy rain, which although was needed as the gardens were very dry, it has all come at once.  Unfortunately, plants will be experiencing a

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June Drop

June Drop

This can be a bit alarming.  We call this June Drop.  It is just Mother Nature’s way of thinning out when there is too much fruit for the tree to

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Gardening at Easter

Gardening at Easter

http://https-www-facebook-com-ladyhorticultrist Check out my video on Facebook about gardening at Easter