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Hardy's Plants
Growing fabulous plants here in the heart of Hampshire, come and see for yourself. We tweet all things Horti! Winner of 24 Chelsea Gold medals. Order online too
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Paul Smith Oct 22
To mark five decades of innovative British design, Paul revives and reworks key graphics from his print archive.
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Helen Allsebrook Oct 22
We spent today discussing the science and histories behind some of our most treasured trees at today. Thanks for the write-up ! We can’t wait for the campaign launch!
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kitchenGarden Oct 22
With our last events cancelled due to Covid it’s sad to unload the van for the last time in 2020. On a positive we have never being so busy with our new online shop, all our peatfree herbs are grown at the nursery buy herbs today
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RHS Education Oct 22
Our MHort Year 1 candidate’s first assessment on the value of the horticultural industry to society is due today. We look forward to reading their insights on how horticulture matters in our current world.
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Swines Meadow Oct 21
I wholeheartedly agree. Some of the most important gardening goes on in the Winter.
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Borde Hill Garden Oct 20
Contrasting fiery reds and burgundy against green foliage, purple Asters and pink Sedums make for a striking autumn palette .
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Jonathan Moseley Oct 20
Nature and plants never fail to both delight and amaze me. Truly love how this cute little Sempervivum has created a perfect circle of babies.
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Alan E Down Oct 20
Eye catching! A mini with foliage more attractive than the flowers?
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Justin Warhurst Oct 20
The joy of finding fly agarics at the Oxford Arboretum today
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Rosemary Hardy Oct 20
follow the link to be able to join me tomorrow talking all things Hardy Geraniums
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bionicsarah Oct 20
Thanks Nigel I was hoping you would see
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Nigel H Oct 20
Normally get the "standard" seeds from our local nursery but for more specialist varities we buy from the stands at Chelsea Flower Show - such as or
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Lee Dirden Oct 20
Replying to @hardyplants
Will you be doing a vid on your method of propagating from seed?
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Hardy's Plants Oct 20
Replying to @Joey301Thomas
I will remember that next time
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Hardy's Plants Oct 20
Replying to @LeeDirden
We are going to do some seed videos yes
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Sarah Wain Oct 20
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Hardy's Plants Oct 19
....more of the propagated babies. Seed tray having had some already pricked out. The others are already pricked babies growing on for overwintering in the tunnel. All will be potted up in the spring for sale next year
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Hardy's Plants Oct 19
It’s so good to see the next seasons babies starting to germinate this is our own propagation tunnel we produce 90% of our own stock, some is like this from home gathered seeds.
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Jimmy 😆 Oct 19
Best of luck 👍👍💚💚
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Rob Hardy Oct 19
Getting really excited to be at our 1st 😀😀😀🌸🌼🌺
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