Oh how I love sweetpeas.   The scent is so pretty and makes me feel like I am out in the countryside on a hot summers day. I love the varying shades of sweetpeas too and how it gives and gives to you throughout the summer. I have been known to stick my sweetpeas in little jamjars or milk bottle but I feel they deserve more than this. I have…

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With forward-thinking and avant-garde creatives descending on London to celebrate the biggest and brightest innovations, you can be forgiven for thinking London Fashion Week was due to take place, not the Chelsea Flower Show. While the latter might not be quite as glamorous as the former, they share the same status as the pinnacles of their respective fields. Incorporating trends from Chelsea Flower Show into your own garden is far…

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How is your garden looking do you have your garden projects for June all sorted?? Ours is green and wild at the moment. We have been slowly trying to get it into shape for summer but this month we really do need to focus. We have a number of jobs to do and projects to complete though and we need to put dome effort and time into getting it done.…

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Let me start by saying that there is no instant fix for a truly neglected garden. As is the case with almost anything you do, success is dependent on the amount of effort and time you invest into it – and your garden is no different. To make sure the time you commit to resurrecting your garden is well-spent, here’s a guide to only the very best gardening tips. Transforming…

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Urban Flowers by Carolyn Dunster is released today, full of fabulous advice. In the book garden designer Carolyn Dunster demonstrates hundreds of ways to make your outdoor space bloom and bring that success into your home. By using her colour-themed planting recipes, her charming projects, and a palette of reliable urban plants, you can turn the least promising corner into a thriving habitat for plants and wildlife which you can…

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