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Nick Bailey
Horticulturalist. Garden Maker. BBC TV Presenter. Director: Nota Bene Horticulture. Best-selling Author.
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Nick Bailey 4h
Replying to @ZoeSlater8
We got lucky. Thank you for a great day. πŸ™‚x
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Nick Bailey Apr 24
It's Canna indica... have a look at Harts Canna online. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 24
The brilliant Nota Bene Planting Team + (and me) on a tea break. We are planting up a historic walled garden I've designed in the home counties. The weather is currently being kind.... 🀞
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Tripsmiths Apr 23
Discover 's best-kept secrets with gardener , exploring Bosvigo, Trelissick, the kaleidoscopic flower gardens of Trebah & the Italianate garden at Lamorran House. Plus, stay in a charming listed hotel in … |
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Nick Bailey Apr 22
No.... but I'm ancient! πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 21
I've visited this world class garden every year for the last 29 years and it just keeps getting better. I love - the structure, the planting, the detail, the architecture, the story, the love. Magnificent!
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Nick Bailey Apr 20
I'm not usually into fringed tulips but on a perfect spring morn this is charming.
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Nick Bailey Apr 19
Perhaps just on Amazon. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 17
Replying to @RBmoosito
Enjoy. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 17
Unlike most tulip cultivars the wild species T. sylvestris has crooked stems which always point sideways, giving them an inquisitive appearance. Perfect for naturalising in meadows and long grass.
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Nick Bailey Apr 16
Just a few of the 30,000 + tulips we've filmed today for . What at stunning garden is. And congratulations to Head Gardener on the beautiful tapestries of colour. Wow! Coming soon on .
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Nick Bailey Apr 11
Veronica umbrosa looking stunning in Marks Tey, Essex this evening. A perfect little alpine for pot, pan or rock growing. Yum!
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Nick Bailey Apr 10
Replying to @TommyTonsberg
Ditto! πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 8
Replying to @DinnerladyM
So sorry to hear of your loss. All best wishes. Nick
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Nick Bailey Apr 8
Replying to @TommyTonsberg
I feel your pain... literally. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 7
Yes, indeed. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 7
Another beautiful species pelargonium flowering in the glasshouse right now is the aptly titled P. papillionaceum. It is South African, of course, and is more than happy being container grown. Gorgeous.
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Nick Bailey Apr 6
Replying to @gdm1607 @GWmag and 2 others
Erythrina. πŸ™‚
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Nick Bailey Apr 3
Don't miss on Friday night. is dealing with pond maintenance and planting perennials, plus there's a visit to a peony garden and I peruse the mind-blowing daffodils fields of Licolnshire.
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Nick Bailey Apr 2
The spectacular jade vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys) in the Princess of Wales Glasshouse where we were filming today for .
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