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Nick Bailey
Horticulturalist. Garden Maker. BBC TV Presenter. Director: Nota Bene Horticulture. Best-selling Author. bookings@nickbailey365.com
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Nick Bailey Aug 16
Replying to @Michell93651273
It's Rhus typhina. Most likely the form 'Dissecta'. 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 15
Replying to @ERustonOldVic
Great plant Alan. Look forward to seeing you next month 🙂.
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East Ruston Old Vic Aug 14
Exquisitely beautiful, the late summer fun begins with this fascinating gesneriad now a huge plant with stems in excess of one metre tall, love it!
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Nick Bailey Aug 14
Replying to @bjmilby @GWandShows
Difficult because of colour reproduction but could well be C. 'Etoile Violette' 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 11
It looks like Crocosmia 'Spitfire' but there are several similar red cultivars. 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 11
Replying to @benjaminboyle12
It may be phytothora. Try using that as a search term. Otherwise the RHS can offer advice if you are a member. 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 9
Replying to @paulseedVO @GWmag
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Gardeners' World Mag Aug 9
Don't neglect your fences and hedges with 's guide to beautiful boundaries in this month's Buy online:
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Nick Bailey Aug 7
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Nick Bailey Aug 7
Yes indeed 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 7
Indeed! 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 7
Just spotted this gruesome scene on the Impatiens sodeneii in my garden. Not quite sure how the crab spider caught a bee but it did and currently has it fangs firmly implanted. Nature in action, I guess.
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Nick Bailey Aug 2
Replying to @laneychich @GWandShows
Lovely. Enjoy. 🙂
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Nick Bailey Aug 2
Fantastic day at the beautiful near Oban, Scotland filming for . Beautiful landscape, exciting Chilean plants and mind blowing views. I want to live in this glasshouse!
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Nick Bailey Jul 29
First is: Solanum 'Glasnevin', second is: Artemisia lactiflora 'Guizo' 🙂
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Nick Bailey Jul 24
And nor do I say it is... I refer to it as a meadow planting i.e. a creation. I included because many of them are straight species i.e. wild flowers
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Nick Bailey Jul 24
We were filming yesterday at for and I couldn't resist snapping this jewel box of a meadow planting, sparkling with back light.
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Nick Bailey Jul 21
Replying to @FloralMedia
Sorry to hear of your loss
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Nick Bailey Jul 21
Replying to @TahirKamranKhan
Not required for P. somniferum 🙂
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Norfolkngs Jul 18
Dunbheagan, a gorgeous garden nr Dereham, featured in & in 's book 365 Days of Colour, opens this SUNDAY 12.30-5
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