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Coughton Court: English Garden of the Week
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Nick Bailey 5h
Tonight on I complete my series on clematis with a look at the late flowering forms.
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Drying out defenses: drought reduces tree defense system
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Global heating: ancient plants set to reproduce in UK after 60m years
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there’s more than one way to ripen a tomato
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Not paradise, but it’s not supposed to be: Eden Project
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Experiments illuminate key component of plants' immune systems
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Claudia de Yong 11h
African blue basil is such a lovely plant and well worth growing as an annual - loved by bees too. As it is sterile it doesn’t produce seed so u need to take cuttings- looks great with Pelargoniums
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rosesuk 9h
Bank Holiday Weekend and time in the garden. Enjoy! It’ll be rose deadheading and picking up fallen crab apples for us. What about you?
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Shocking rate of plant extinctions in South Africa
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White-tailed eagles return to southern Britain after 240 years
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Researchers developing natural pesticide alternative to target pests without harming honeybees
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How Nature Works, in Stunning Psychedelic Illustrations of Scientific Processes and Phenomena from a 19th-Century French Physics Textbook
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
Former Farc rebels become eco-warriors to stop deforestation in the Amazon
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David Colegrave Fdn Aug 22
What's next after receiving your exam results? The horticulture industry is ready to turn keen students into the likes of breeders, nursery managers, horticulture lecturers, head gardeners, plant health inspectors. We hope to meet you all when you apply for a scholarship.
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
Eating honey is bad for bees
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
Plant protection: Researchers develop new modular vaccination kit
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
Best bulbs for every spot in the garden
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
Lawn Care
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Garden Media Guild Aug 22
UK scientists set to improve shelf-life of strawberries
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