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Longcroft Jun 13
mixed up weather causing to repeat flower just as and begin flowering. So many plants knocked down by and .
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Gilles Le Corre Mar 19
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R & D Caunce Ltd Jan 16
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Wyevale Nurseries Apr 30
This plant may resemble a small but it is actually tasmanica ‘Tas Red’ – a tough little with an overall height of around 60cm.
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Meadow Cottage B&B Jun 14
Blue skies are back 😄 What a start to the weekend, while our guests head to , think we'll stick with a quiet drink in the garden!
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Black Mtn Landscape Design Aug 6
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PassionatePlanting Feb 24
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The Gardening Club Feb 21
New arrival of of all colours and sizes it's a We are open to the public and trade so don't worry come down and join at Reception, you'll be amazed at our and
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Bloomsbury Gardener Jul 2
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BigGreenPlantCentre Feb 7
We have a variety of good quality phormiums growing at our nursery in Denham 🌱🌿🍃 so many beautiful colours brightening our greenhouse 🌞
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EASISERV.com Jul 12
| howzat for a growth spurt! In celebration of getting to the final, the mystery plant in our front garden has suddenly decided to sprout. Turns out it’s been identified as a flax plant - who knew?
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Carey May 23
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Rita Baker Jun 27
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Kaz Jan 8
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HPSO Dec 2
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robin’sgardens May 31
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Robson and Cowan Jul 8
For the first time ever,all four of our Tenax have flowered at the same time,the Flower spikes are up to 10 feet tall and the Bees love them and look fabulous
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Miles May 11
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Lorraine Gibson Jun 23
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Angela Morley Apr 8
Scraping with green lipped muddle shell, processing Phormium for its fibres
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