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15 November 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be interested to learn that hydrangeas can help provide much needed colour and life to the garden when most other shrubs have stopped flowering by autumn time, it has been claimed.According to former Gardeners'...
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08 November 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be interested to know the New Leaf project, which trains and rehabilitates young offenders through gardening, was saved from the chop by winning an prize at the South London Press Our Heroes Awards last...
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01 November 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be interested to learn that the Arborfield Gardening Association has won the Wokingham Times' Community Cash Token.The gardening club has won the £200 cash prize at the perfect time, as it is...
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21 October 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be interested to hear that the future of Scotland's rich abundance of plant and tree wildlife is to be safeguarded with a series of collections across the country that will culminate in a national arboretum.Overseen...
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30 September 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts hoping for beautiful blooms come February have been advised to start planting spring bulbs now by the Ecologist.According to the Ecologist's Green Living expert Ruth Styles, autumn is the peak season for...
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23 September 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts across the country battled it out in the Garden News Gardener of the Year competition which was won - for the second year running - by partners Antonio Massimo and Mary Cook.The pair, who live in Southgate, won...
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08 September 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be interested to hear that the Thorn Cross Young Offender Institute (TCYOI) in Cheshire has been commended for having the best kept prison garden in England and Wales and was presented with the Windlesham...
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15 August 2011
Local gardeners in Scotland were able to show off their greenhouse produce last weekend at Clovenfields' first ever garden show.Despite the rain, around 55 villagers turned out to the prize-giving barbecue in the evening to see...
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09 August 2011
Greenhouse and gardening enthusiasts in the north of England will be pleased to hear the Southport Flower Show is returning later this month.The event - which this year features over 200 trade stands, an extended food village, celebrity...
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05 August 2011
People who grow their own fruit and vegetables in a greenhouse and then eat plenty of them in their daily diet can enjoy several health benefits, an expert has suggested.According to Nigel Denby, dietitian and founder of grub4life.org.uk,...
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27 July 2011
Working in a garden or greenhouse can help change people's attitudes about the world, an expert has said.Tim Rumball, editor of Amateur Gardening magazine, said cultivating plants in an outside space is of "immense personal...
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22 July 2011
Thousands of greenhouse and gardening enthusiasts have flocked to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Flower Show Tatton Park this week.Displays include Chester Zoo's Dinosaurs at Large exhibition - complete with a life-size...
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19 July 2011
A group of young greenhouse and gardening enthusiasts in Ham have received a cash boost for their allotment project.The Ham and Petersham Association (HPA) handed over the £500 donation to the band of pupils at Grey Court school...
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15 July 2011
Greenhouse and gardening enthusiasts may be interested to hear that the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Flower Show at Tatton Park in Cheshire starts next week.Running from July 20th to 24th, it promises to contain a "fresh...
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13 July 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts might be surprised to learn that Ronnie Wood has revealed he has a new passion in life - gardening.The Rolling Stones guitarist told the Evening Standard how pottering around in his outside space and pulling...
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11 July 2011
Right now is the perfect time for greenhouse enthusiasts to plant pelargoniums in their garden, it has been suggested.Former BBC Gardeners' World presenter and Gardeners' Question Time panellist Nigel Colborn wrote in the Daily...
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07 July 2011
Children in Lancashire are using their school's greenhouse to produce food for an award-winning local restaurant.Every pupil at Asheligh Primary School in Darwen's Ross Street is involved in growing vegetables and herbs for...
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05 July 2011
It's the start of the biggest flower show in the world at Hampton Court Palace today (July 5th) and one of Britain's top garden designers has outlined her pick of what greenhouse enthusiasts can see and do.In an article for...
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01 July 2011
Gardeners and greenhouse enthusiasts need to look after the electrical appliances they keep in their sheds, as not doing so can be dangerous, an expert has said.Cherry Read, head of communications and campaigns at the Electrical Safety...
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30 June 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts need to make their outside space as individual as they can to ensure they take good care of it, according to one expert.By making a garden unique to the person looking after it, Royal Horticultural Society shows...
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24 June 2011
More people are working with their own garden rather than getting in professional help, a horticultural specialist has said.According to Robin Williams, managing director of landscape and garden design firm Robin Williams & Associates,...
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23 June 2011
A 94-year-old Oxford woman has entered her balcony into her local annual gardening contest.Victoria Baker has been a keen horticulturalist since childhood and she is putting the colourful hanging baskets at her home in Girdlestone...
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20 June 2011
Greenhouse and gardening enthusiasts may be interested to hear about a new musical comedy all about horticulture that will be performing at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden this summer.Comedy songwriter Jo Stephenson and fellow...
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17 June 2011
Former Oasis star Noel Gallagher has moved out of central London so he can have a garden.The 44-year-old rocker has agreed to move to the leafy suburb of Maida Vale so that his wife-to-be Sara MacDonald can have an outside space, the...
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16 June 2011
Preparing a garden for the blustery conditions that can strike at any moment is one way of ensuring plants survive this summer, an expert has said.According to writer and former Gardening Week presenter Helen Yemm, borders without...
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02 June 2011
June is the time to do many things in the garden, including making sure newly planted plants are well watered.According to experts at the Eden Project, part of this process is to water plants directly by the stem and not over the whole...
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31 May 2011
The owners of a Wolvercote pub have paid tribute to a late regular by building a garden in his honour.Toby Wain passed away last year after suffering a short illness and staff and customers at the Plough decided to honour the keen...
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26 May 2011
Growing plants in a garden or greenhouse is a great way to improve people's general health and wellbeing, an expert has suggested.According to Dr Roger Williams, head of science at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), working...
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15 April 2011
Kids may know all about the latest technology, but they have no idea where vegetables come from.That is according to a new survey that may be of interest to greenhouse enthusiasts, which showed half the children quizzed did not know...
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13 April 2011
Greenhouse enthusiasts may be interested to hear that the gardens of Bromley Civic Centre benefitted from a spring revamp recently when volunteers spent a day installing a wide variety of plants.The 20 voluntary helpers were guided...
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11 April 2011
People in Richmond have got "gardening fever" at the moment, with a number of events taking place in the area in the run up to the Richmond and Britain in Bloom contests, it has been revealed.In an article for the Richmond...
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05 April 2011
Small greenhouses can be added to any garden and are practical for a variety of uses, it has been suggested.According to Helen Bostock, advisor at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), glass greenhouses come in diminutive sizes that...
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07 March 2011
An instant vegetable garden is a great way to get budding greenhouse enthusiasts interested in horticulture, an expert has suggested.Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Daisy Bridgewater said "there is a huge amount of excitement...
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15 February 2011
Gardening and greenhouse enthusiasts may be interested to learn March is the time to prune fuchsias, according to one TV gardener.Responding to a reader's question in the Daily Mail, BBC Gardeners' World presenter Monty Don...
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24 January 2011
People with aluminium greenhouses could take advantage of new technology that offers hints and tips on growing the perfect plants.In an article for the Yarmouth County Vanguard, Carla Allen explained devices such as iPhones and iPads...
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17 January 2011
Cultivating plants in a garden or greenhouse is a great way to improve fitness and wellbeing, an expert has revealed.In an article for the Norwich Evening News, Emma Harrowing described gardening as having numerous health benefits.She...
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07 January 2011
One gardening expert has revealed her favourite past-time in the winter months - flicking through the newly arrived spring catalogues.In an article for Montclair Patch, Katie Payne revealed she carries them around constantly, highlighting...
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24 December 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts who have old equipment they are not using might wish to help out a charity by donating the tools to a good cause. BBC News has reported that Bath-based mental health charity Mulberry House is appealing...
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22 December 2010
There will be a few changes at the 2011 instalment of the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show. The charity has confirmed that it is to ditch its Courtyard Garden section from the event and replace it with an...
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20 December 2010
Isle of Wight garden attraction to see funding cut The Isle of Wight's renowned Ventnor Botanic Garden may be home to one of the UK's largest collections of southern hemisphere plants, but that has not stopped its funding from...
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15 December 2010
A painting of roses that once belonged to a king has sold in London's famous Sotheby's auction house for £265,000. The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) reported that the Four Seasons Rose (Rosa bifera officinalis) watercolour...
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09 December 2010
A garden and greenhouse attraction in Wales is looking to boost its visitor numbers by offering free entry for the entirety of January. The National Botanic Garden of Wales is repeating its tenth anniversary promotion by giving botany...
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07 December 2010
Garden and greenhouse fans are notoriously difficult to buy for at Christmas as the festive season comes at a time of year when their ability to practise their hobby is limited. The recent snow and ice has also made it even tougher...
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03 December 2010
A garden and greenhouse attraction has marked its diamond anniversary by giving away a £2,500 prize to one lucky visitor. Zoe Palmer-Smith was one of 766 botany fans who took part in the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS)...
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01 December 2010
A new book from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) could be just the thing Brits buying Christmas gifts are looking for. The Wild Flowers of Wisley publication could be ideal for people with a passion for garden and greenhouse growing....
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25 November 2010
Garden and greenhouse fans who find holes in the leaves of their favourite trees might have a problem with winter moth caterpillars. The insects lay their eggs in late autumn and the caterpillars then spend the spring chowing down...
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24 November 2010
The popular Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden Wisley has helped hundreds of visitors become world record holders. On October 30th, the attraction welcomed hundreds of Brits intent on breaking the record for the largest number...
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27 October 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts who enjoy a trip to parks in the UK may be glad to hear that a new lottery-funded grant of £10 million is to be shared among a number of sites. The financial assistance will help a total of six...
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21 October 2010
A new pest is putting the UK's stock of fuchsias at risk, with garden and greenhouse experts yet to find a way to control it using existing pesticides. According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the Aculps Fuchsiae first...
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15 October 2010
Garden and greenhouse growers who believe it is now too cold to make the best of their outdoor environment should think again. According to Ronseal, autumn and winter can provide some of the year's more enjoyable garden experiences....
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14 October 2010
A number of quangos related to the world of horticulture have felt the force of the government's cuts. Cabinet officer minister Francis Maude today (October 14th) announced the decision to scrap almost 200 quangos and merge some...
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05 October 2010
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is giving garden and greenhouse enthusiasts a chance to snap up tickets for its 2011 shows in advance. It put the passes on sale yesterday (October 4th) for a number of top events, including the...
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23 September 2010
With the country currently celebrating British Food Fortnight 2010, one expert has claimed that garden and greenhouse enthusiasts do not simply grow fruit and vegetables to save cash. The event is running until October 3rd and will...
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08 September 2010
When the 150-year-old horse chestnut that stood in the garden of the Amsterdam home of Anne Frank fell last month, many would have thought that the tree had met its end. While this may be true of the original specimen, the Anne Frank...
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06 September 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts have been told that potting compost is safe to use, in spite of newspaper reports suggesting otherwise. The material has been linked with causing legionnaires' disease by carrying the bacterium...
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31 August 2010
A renowned garden and greenhouse showcase is to hit the city of Bath this weekend for the 14th consecutive year. The National Gardening Show will begin on Friday (September 3rd) and is likely to attract horticulture enthusiasts from...
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24 August 2010
A horticultural event in Yorkshire is set to celebrate a milestone year when it opens its gates next month. The Ripon City Allotment Society will celebrate its 30th anniversary on September 4th, with garden and greenhouse enthusiasts...
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17 August 2010
Star of TV home improvement programme Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is set to appear with his wife at a renowned Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) site. The design expert has created a display for Garden Wisley and will be present for its...
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13 August 2010
A Welsh orchard is set to grow what is thought to be the world's rarest apple variety as part of a new project to resurrect some of the country's old favourites. The Bardsey was discovered growing on a single tree on a Welsh...
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04 August 2010
The curator of the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Garden Harlow Carr has spoken of her delight at being asked to officially open an historic attraction. Elizabeth Balmforth was invited to perform the grand opening of Yorkshire's...
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16 July 2010
When Sir Isaac Newton proved his theory of gravity in 1666 after watching an apple fall from his tree, he probably never imagined it would one day be shot into space.However, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed that...
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07 July 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts have been encouraged to head to the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Garden Wisley this summer.The attraction houses the Portsmouth Field, which is being used to trial a number of beautiful sweet...
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05 July 2010
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is to continue its work educating children in the art of garden and greenhouse growing.It recently opened its new Bramall Learning Centre at Garden Harlow Carr, which will cater for more than 10,000...
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29 June 2010
Scottish garden and greenhouse owners who introduce non-native plants or animals into the wild could end up footing a hefty bill to reverse the problem.According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the Scottish government has...
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24 June 2010
A famous greenhouse in London's Chiswick Park will soon open to the public after a two-year restoration programme.Funded by English Heritage, the project was aimed at restoring Camellia House to the way it was prior to the Second World...
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22 June 2010
Professor John MacLeod, vice-chairman of council at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), has passed away after a long battle with illness.According to the RHS, the garden and greenhouse enthusiast was set to become a vice-president...
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18 June 2010
UK garden and greenhouse enthusiasts should be on the lookout for a species of beetle which saps the life from shrubs and trees.The citrus longhorn beetle lays its larvae inside the trunks of plants, where it feeds off their vascular...
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16 June 2010
A mother duck who made her nest in a hanging basket at a popular garden and greenhouse attraction has successfully led her brood to water.Hoisin, as she was named by staff at the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Garden Wisley, had...
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14 June 2010
The UK's premier garden and greenhouse organisation has completed its search for a new director-general.Former Kuoni managing director Sue Biggs has been handed the role at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) after an extensive search,...
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07 June 2010
A garden attraction in Somerset is in the first of a three-year renovation programme.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) reported that the Regency Gardens at Chard's Cricket St Thomas Hotel are undergoing some much-needed maintenance.However,...
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03 June 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts are being invited to come and survey the work of volunteers working to restore a secret garden.The Monmouth city centre site was once visited by Lord Nelson, where it is believed he shared tea with...
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26 May 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts heading to the Chelsea Flower Show in London this week may wish to take note of a few special exhibits they should not miss.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is behind the event and has handed...
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18 May 2010
Garden and greenhouse growers who love pinks and carnations may wish to add a couple of dates to their diary for next month.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is set to host two events specialising in the fragrant flowers and enthusiasts...
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14 May 2010
A new role has been created at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) as part of the organisation's restructuring plans.The move sees the end of Jill Cherry's tenure at the organisation and acting director general Gordon Seabright took...
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14 May 2010
Jack Frost may still be lurking about the UK's gardens and greenhouses, growers have been warned.Brits should expect frosts to hit their tender plants throughout the month of May and even into June, the Royal Horticultural Society...
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11 May 2010
British garden and greenhouse enthusiasts are increasingly turning to the internet for all their horticultural needs.According to a recent study, the online gardening industry has grown rapidly over the past few years and is set to...
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04 May 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts may already be aware of a topic picked up on by a national newspaper.The Times noted how horticulture can be the best therapy for mental ailments such as depression and stress.Author Catherine Horwood...
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29 April 2010
TV star Alan Titchmarsh has been named as the new president of a plant conservation charity, it has been revealed.According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the media personality will take up the vacant role at Plant Heritage.The...
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21 April 2010
A 200-year-old horticultural attraction in Bedfordshire is set to welcome members of the public for the first time.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) revealed that it took renowned Victorian landscape designer Humphry Repton eight...
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15 April 2010
Developing kids' knowledge of the natural world can be done in the garden and greenhouse, it has been claimed.According to madeformums.com, teaching children about how things grow is a great way to develop their understanding and give...
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07 April 2010
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts watching The Edible Garden tonight (April 7th) might be left feeling like they could have gained more from the show, according to a national newspaper. The Daily Mirror's Jane Simon has seen a preview...
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19 March 2010
Welsh scientists are studying the benefits of mimicking a forest layer system when growing fruit and vegetables.According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the Centre for Alternative Technology has picked up on a concept first...
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12 March 2010
The most problematic plant disease in the UK has been identified as the honey fungus after a study of the enquiries made to Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) members during 2009.According to the organisation, the harms is caused by...
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24 February 2010
A number of Galanthus species have been fetching three-figure prices on internet auction site eBay, it has been revealed.According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the record for a single bulb was achieved by the G. Nivalis...
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22 February 2010
A UK garden and greenhouse attraction will soon be using the internet to distribute regular horticultural tips and advice.Tatton Park Garden trialled the podcast with The Garden Channel and recorded more than 1,100 hits in the first...
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08 February 2010
Brits looking to impress the object of their desires this St Valentine's Day may wish to take them to one of the country's garden and greenhouse attractions, it has been claimed.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) suggested that...
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29 January 2010
Garden and greenhouse expert Alan Titchmarsh need not worry about his position at the BBC in relation to claims he breached his contract.The corporation hit out at questions over whether the presenter had broken conflict of interest...
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27 January 2010
A total of 66 communities will contest a major garden and greenhouse competition this year, it has been revealed.The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) recently announced the cities, towns, villages and hamlets that will take part in...
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18 January 2010
An initiative that saw thousands of garden and greenhouse lovers join together has achieved limited success.The BBC's Tree O'Clock programme saw horticulture fans attempt to break the record for the most trees planted in an hour, but...
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12 January 2010
A major part of the 2012 Olympic Park project will be constructed by Scandinavian firm Skanska.According to the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the company will be responsible for much of the southern section of the site, including...
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06 January 2010
A pair of horticultural organisations are set to work together to their mutual benefit, it has been claimed.Worcestershire-based garden centre company Webbs is currently in talks with Garden Organic - a charitable organisation - over...
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31 December 2009
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is celebrating after welcoming its 10,000th Campaign for School Gardening member.Compton Church of England Primary School from Newbury in Berkshire was the institution to hit the landmark and teacher...
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23 December 2009
A garden and greenhouse site in Yorkshire has been awarded the title of Visitor Attraction of the Year.The Scampston Walled Garden was honoured at the recent Yorkshire Moors and Coast Tourism Awards for providing the best site welcoming...
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21 December 2009
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts can be difficult to buy for as you never know what they need or want.However, Monty Don has suggested in the Daily Mail that gift buyers can never go wrong with a good pair of secateurs - such as those...
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07 December 2009
Those wishing to use their garden and greenhouse for growing fresh food to keep their family healthy and save from spending a fortune on supermarket produce may be interested in winning tickets to an upcoming event.Daily Mirror readers...
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03 December 2009
The president of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has admitted the desire to spend more time with his wife and in his own garden and greenhouse played a part in his decision to announce his retirement.Giles Coode-Adams OBE explained...
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01 December 2009
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has named the winners of its Olympic Park Great British Garden Competition.Malmesbury's Hanna Clegg won the kids section, while Rachel Read from Colchester took the adult category.Both will see...
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27 November 2009
A string of park and garden attractions around the country are to benefit from a cash injection thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund.A total of £18 million will be spent restoring six parks, with £4.3...
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23 November 2009
A recent study published in the Journal of Safety Research has highlighted how garden and greenhouse enthusiasts should take care when operating ride-on mowers.The research showed that there have been six fatalities caused by the machines...
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17 November 2009
A European species of wasp found for the first time in the UK could help control populations of the whitefly pest, it has been suggested.The discovery was made by Natural History Museum wasp expert Dr Andrew Plaszek, who has recorded...
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11 November 2009
Britain will today (November 11th) remember its fallen soldiers by wearing poppies and holding a minute's silence at 11:00 GMT.The annual ritual is held to pay respects to those who have died while serving their country.To mark the...
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04 November 2009
Those shopping for a Christmas present for a garden and greenhouse enthusiast may be interested in a new book from The Tulip author Anna Pavord.The simply-titled Bulb is available from the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) online...
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29 October 2009
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) recently suggested that Westonbirt Arboretum is? was a good place to see a number of acers in their full autumn glory.However, the RHS has also revealed that the attraction is to open its Italianate...
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21 October 2009
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has revealed that it has a number of half-term activities in store for green-fingered kids at two of its sites.Garden Wisley will kick off the fun this weekend (October 24th and 25th) with The...
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13 October 2009
The National Trust may have 3.5 million members and over 300 homes and gardens to look after, but it has also recently discovered it owns a number of rare and historical plant species.A survey of the contents of its grounds found that...
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01 October 2009
Brits have been told that exercise and natural sunlight are their best weapons against seasonal affective disorder (SAD).Both can be achieved through growing plants and food in the garden or greenhouse.A SAD.org.uk spokesperson explained...
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29 September 2009
The garden and greenhouse world is mourning the passing of a long-standing and respected horticulturalist.Pam Schwerdt was an established member of the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) committee and had been given numerous honours...
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25 September 2009
LFollowing the recent upgrade of Stanley Park, in which the Victorian glasshouse known as Gladstone Conservatory was reconstructed, another Liverpool horticultural site is due for renovation.Thanks to a multi-million pound grant from...
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24 September 2009
A London attraction is giving garden and greenhouse fans the opportunity to watch its plant scientists perform their duties.A glazed viewing area has been installed in the Museum of Natural History's newly opened Darwin Centre to allow...
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22 September 2009
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts may be interested to hear the story of Phil and Linzi Wood.The British couple moved to Lanzarote recently and are currently trying to sell their Staffordshire home.However, their plans hit a snag when...
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14 September 2009
The prospect of the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh charging visitors has been knocked back by the Scottish government, it has been revealed.According to BBC News, trustees of the site had asked the parliament for permission to charge...
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11 September 2009
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has moved to appoint a deputy director-general after learning a prominent member of its management intends to step down.Gordon Seabright will take up the newly-created role with immediate effect...
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09 September 2009
The founders of a garden and greenhouse website explained the resource was created by an enthusiastic bunch, rather than a group of experts.Michael Chandler was one of the creators of Hopeful Gardener - which sells a range of green...
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07 September 2009
Those who enjoy spending time working in the garden or greenhouse may be interested in the latest announcement from an online resource.PerennialFlowerGardening.com has expanded on its existing service to offer advice on identifying...
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28 August 2009
Garden and greenhouse fans have been urged to take in a show in the Scottish capital.The Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh is hosting the Power Plant display, where visitors can walk through the grounds of the attraction as the sun...
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27 August 2009
A garden and greenhouse enthusiast has threatened to go to court over the decision to ban him from local vegetable competitions.Barry Micklethwaite has been displaying his super sized beets, parsnips and leeks for around 30 years.However,...
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26 August 2009
A Londoner has revealed how he manages to cultivate food, despite living in a flat in the capital.Hackney resident Callum Saunders told the Londonist how he only began growing vegetables when he moved into his current home 14 months...
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26 August 2009
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts may be interested to hear the winner of the best-kept prison garden has been announced.Judged by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the competition was won by east Yorkshire's HMP Everthorpe.It...
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25 August 2009
The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest and most renowned institutions in the world - and garden and greenhouse enthusiasts will soon be able to have a wander around its famous grounds.A number of free guided tours will be...
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14 August 2009
Garden and greenhouse fans looking to brush up on their knowledge may wish to pay a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Garden Wisley next month.The site is set to host nine days of education for growers, beginning September...
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07 August 2009
Those with a passion for learning about garden and greenhouse topics may be interested to hear of an upcoming convention.Cambridge University Botanic Garden and the Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) are set to host the First International...
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