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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK's leading gardening charity; inspiring everyone to grow.
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The RHS 14h
The Boston ivy at is one of the autumn highlights of the Garden, looking spectacular against the backdrop of the Farmhouse wall. Listen to explain why it’s one of his seasonal favourites.
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The RHS 18h
this October 🍂 We hope we've inspired you to add some gorgeous autumn colour to your own gardens, patios, window boxes and balconies this week. For more autumn colour ideas, visit: 📷
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The RHS 20h
As we reach the end of ‘Autumn colour week’ consider planting Cornus (Dogwood) to extend the autumnal colours. Their vibrant stems promise to set your garden ablaze throughout the winter months. Learn how to grow Cornus here:
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The RHS Oct 24
Read all about the world’s first ornamental edible sweet potato in 's latest blog post. The Treasure Island Series of ornamental edible sweet potatoes have attractive foliage, thrive in our climate and reliably produce tasty tubers:
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The RHS Oct 24
For reliable autumn colour you really can’t beat Asters! Here’s Aster ‘Primrose Path’ lighting up the Worsley Welcome Garden borders at 🌼 Discover how to bring autumn colour to your own garden here:
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The RHS Oct 24
To get the best performance from your autumn-tinting plants they need to be in sunlight! Plant your tinting trees so that they are backlit by the sun to get colours that take on the brilliance of a stained-glass window.
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The RHS Oct 23
Replying to @rose_h_s
Hey Rose, just wanted to check if you're cool with us using your initials! P.S. Just a minor thing, nothing to worry about but:
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The RHS Oct 23
Replying to @The_RHS
The big, colourful petals and hardy nature of these cheerful pansies make them a very showy addition to pots, window boxes and hanging baskets. You can buy online from the RHS Plant shop or at any of the RHS Plant Centres. Find them here:
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The RHS Oct 23
According to our Senior Plant Buyer, Pansies and Violas are the most popular bedding plants with gardeners looking to add instant colour to their gardens in autumn that will last through the winter months. See our trial report here:
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The RHS Oct 23
Replying to @MandGGarden
will return in 2021 with reduced numbers over more days to keep everyone safe. For the first time in Chelsea’s history, the show will run for six days, from Tuesday 18 May to Sunday 23 May. Find out more:
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The RHS Oct 23
Four fantastic RHS Flower Shows are returning in 2021 with an explosion of colour, creativity and inspiration. Tickets will go on sale to RHS members on Monday 26 October and to the public on Friday 30 October. See the 2021 dates for our RHS Flower Shows:
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The RHS Oct 23
Rich autumnal tones, dewy mornings and mild sunny afternoons make a stroll round an enchanting experience with its stunning countryside views and rich palette of reds, oranges and russets. Book your visit today:
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The RHS Oct 22
Replying to @KenDodd26450648
Hello Ken, These are from left to right: Clerodendrum trichotomum var. fargesii Euonymus europaeus ‘Red Cascade’ Hippophae rhamnoides ‘Leikora’ Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii ‘Profusion’ There are more examples of shrubs for autumn berries on the link above.
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The RHS Oct 22
Enjoy the glorious colours of autumn with a stroll around . See trees and shrubs smothered with berries and spot giant sculptures from The Four Seasons exhibition along the way! Pre-book your visit online:
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The RHS Oct 22
Replying to @IvorWilde
Hello Ivor, thank you for your question. We run a Twitter Clinic every Tuesday between 12-2pm for gardening questions. Please post your question in reply to our post during these sessions and we will be happy to help!
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The RHS Oct 22
This Fraxinus angustifolia ‘Raywood’ at is a true champion for autumn colour. Sadly, due to ash dieback in the area, this may not be a tree for the future - all the more reason to enjoy it now. Book your visit:
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The RHS Oct 22
Ornamental fruit trees and shrubs can provide some of the most spectacular colours at this time of year, work well in containers or borders and provide valuable food for wildlife. Find a list of our top 10 AGM shrubs for autumn berries here:
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The RHS Oct 22
To celebrate the release of the new Sky Original , which is released in cinemas and on Sky Cinema tomorrow, we’ve launched a new competition for young gardeners to design their own secret garden. Find out more and enter:
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The RHS Oct 21
From autumn colour to winter interest; there’s lots of planting inspiration in our latest Autumn Catalogue to help fill your garden with warm hues and seasonal interest:
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The RHS Oct 21
The Betula lenta at may be dwarfed by the larger oaks, but in autumn their gorgeous golden colour still lights up the woodlands. Have an autumn adventure at Harlow Carr this half term, visit our website to find out more:
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