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Monty Don Aug 1
my website has masses of tips, advice, jobs and inspiration for your August garden.
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Plantaholic 20h
Passed this extremely pretty Alcea on the street today. Only about 1 m tall - does anyone know it?
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The English Garden Jul 28
Salvias are one of the great joys of an English garden, due to the wonderful diversity of their blooms and their long flowering period. Read this to learn about the best varieties and how to care for them.
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Todd Boland🇨🇦 Aug 4
Not often seen in our neck of the woods is Lilium duchartrei. A species lily from China and delightfully fragrant.
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Wendel Abel Aug 2
Blackberries. Picked today. Grow blackberries.
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The English Garden Jul 30
Good morning! It's gonna be a scorcher. Find out how to economise on water when tending to your garden.
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The English Garden 3h
When you place your spring bulb order this autumn, follow our guide to finding the best bulbs for every garden situation.
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The English Garden Aug 1
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The Local Gardener Aug 1
Masses of insects about this year! Great to see even if the wasps are a bit annoying!
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The English Garden Aug 4
Find out how to propagate your strawberry plants with our easy video guide.
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The English Garden 2h
The summer months, July and August, are ideal for planning ahead and sowing winter salads for the greenhouse. Here's what to do – you'll be grateful of the effort come winter!
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The English Garden Aug 2
Dot a few dahlias in your borders and they will sizzle with colour just when you want the garden at its best for late summer and early autumn…
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Darlac Garden Tools Aug 4
Roses bear flowers on last year’s wood. For younger plants you should wait until early spring to prune , but older plants can be pruned after blooming. Cut away dead wood and damaged canes with the aim to improve circulation around the centre of the plant.
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Lindsay Baker Aug 1
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The English Garden Jul 29
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Morning glory might be a perfect plant for a hanging basket.
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The English Garden Aug 3
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Nethaji Joshua Aug 1
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