Creating the ultimate Urban Hayfever Bouquet

Creating the ultimate Urban Hayfever Bouquet

Spring is a highly-anticipated season full of beautiful blooms, but with the Met Office estimating one in five UK residents are hayfever sufferers, the season can signal three months of sneezing and streaming. So we’ve created the ultimate list of low-pollen flowers for a hayfever-proof bouquet.  Although you might think that the urban...

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2017 RHS Flower Show Tickets on Sale

2017 RHS Flower Show Tickets on Sale

Public tickets for the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) 2017 Flower Shows are now on sale. Ticket prices range from £10 – £63 with discounts available, as well as Kids Go Free to the RHS Flower Shows at Cardiff, Hampton Court Palace and Tatton Park. The RHS stages an unrivalled series...

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15 nurseries from around the UK will realise creative new displays at five RHS Flower Shows

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is working with UK nurseries across all major RHS Flower Shows in 2016 to fire up imagination and display plants in new ways. Award-winning garden designer Kate Gould will be mentoring 15 growers during the show season to help put their creative ideas into practice....

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Galanthophiles take over the Chelsea Physic Gardens

16 – 24 January, 10am-4pm (Please note that the dates of the event have been changed from our print addition due to the mild winter) 66 Royal Hospital Road Chelsea, SW3 4HS 020 7352 5646   Snowdrops are taking centre stage at the Chelsea Physic Garden in a stunning display...

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365 Days of Colour in Your Gardens

Check out Don Grant’s review of 365 Days of Colour in your Garden!

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Open Garden Squares Weekend returns to Chelsea

This June, the annual Open Garden Squares Weekend returns, and the Cadogan Estate once again invites people to visit the normally private Cadogan Place Gardens North and South. On the 13th and 14th June, the historic gardens will be open to Weekend ticket holders to enjoy the stunning surroundings and...

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Spring Fever

What a whacky few weeks lie ahead. The first day of March officially signals the start of spring. The name comes from the Latin Martius after Mars, the Roman God of War and seems sinisterly pertinent at the time of writing. The 14th is the pivotal ‘Save A Spider’ day...

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