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Coulour in the garden

Coulour in the garden

The experts are unanimous: colour gives life to a garden, giving it a special atmosphere. A colour can soothe the mind or create excitement, but it rarely leaves you indifferent. Colours can be an incomparable way of expressing yourself. And, as with interior design, you can use colours boldly or with subtlety.
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Gravel garden

Gravel garden

A gravel garden may be the result of a landscaping decision. You may want a Mediterranean-style garden or a dry garden for a technical reason, such as meeting the cultivation requirements of particular plants or adapting to particular climatic conditions...
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The white garden, white flowering perennials

The white garden, white flowering perennials

The best example of the monochromatic garden is at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, created by poet and gardener Vita Sackville-West (1892-1962). Whether it’s considered as a minimalist response to...
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Award of Garden Merit – The Royal Horticultural Society

Award of Garden Merit – The Royal Horticultural Society

Since its establishment an important aspect of the Royal Horticultural Society’s work has been to carry out trials to find the best cultivars which are then recognised by an AGM (Award of Garden Merit).
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