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DROUGHT

Our poor plants are suffering with this dry spell, even farmland in Devon is really suffering.  The water boards are now saying there will soon ...
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LADY HORTICULTURIST IS FORMING A PARTNERSHIP WITH BICTON COLLEGE

Lady Horticulturist is very proud to anounce that she is taking on young adults with learning difficulties from Bicton College, that enjoy having the experience ...
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RAINY WEATHER

Hi folks, This was not what we were expecting - all this heavy rain! It’s not good, at the moment, for gardening as the soil ...
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NATIONAL GARDENING WEEK 2018

Share your passion for plants by taking part in National Gardening Week from 30 April - 6 May 2018.  Join Britain's biggest celebration of gardening ...
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CROCUS

CROCUS: is in the Family of IRIDACEACE (meaning the Iris family) A genus of about 80 species of corn forming. Gr,krokos. Saffron, derived from Semitic ...
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WHY I GARDEN AND HOW I GOT INTO GARDENING

Why I garden - I enjoy the outdoor surrounding of rolling hills, green fields and hedges of the Devon landscape.  I especially enjoy seeing all ...
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SOOTY MOULD

I have  recently noticed, in January and February that there are a number of plants suffering from Sooty Mould.  I have also had an enquiry about how ...
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TRANSPLANTING SEEDLINGS

I find there are a lot of benefits for growing seedlings earlier as plants are much more established, grow much more healthier and stronger and ...
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SEED SOWING

Seed Sowing Seed sowing for many people can be very daunting, especially if you've never done it before. But, let me tell you, it can ...
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