Monthly Archives: April 2011

Olive Trees for a touch of Tuscany…

The ever popular Olive Tree brings a touch of the Tuscan countryside to your garden. The feeling of being in the Mediterranean can be easily achieved. One terracotta planter and one Olive can do wonders for an empty corner of … Continue reading

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Top Tips for Maintaining Your Garden…

Maintaining Your Garden By Lucas Mariconda Now that everyone is getting out into their gardens again after the harsh winter there is a lot of work to do. It may seem like a daunting task but once started even a … Continue reading

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Japanese Acers

JAPANESE ACERS BY LUCAS MARICONDA At this time of year it’s easy to get carried away with the vast array of plants on offer that are flowering now. But one group of plants that tend to be in focus more … Continue reading

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Bamboo Plants

Bamboo Plants by Myles Challis Though often used for screening purposes Bamboo plants have many other uses in the garden. Their considerable height (depending on variety), but comparatively small ground space, means bamboo can be used even in the smallest … Continue reading

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