Nigel Colborn’s essential jobs for your garden this week 

Rhododendrons will quickly more than and might take advantage of light pruning. Dwarf and also mediumsize varieties need little focus, various other compared to selecting or getting rid of any type of dead blossom collections. < a rel="nofollow" href =" http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/gardening/article-3649322/Nigel-Colborn-s-essential-jobs-garden-week.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490" > Horticulture|Mail Online

Nigel Colborn says iris blooms may be short-lived but why they are such treasures

How can plain words explain the elegance of an iris? Harmonious colours as well as markings are a beginning, in addition to a refined scent. However appeal additionally depends on the best symmetry of these flowers. < a rel="nofollow" href =" http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/gardening/article-3637788/Nigel-Colborn-says-iris-blooms-short-lived-s-treasures.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490" > Horticulture|Mail Online

Nigel Colborn’s jobs for your garden this week

Shedding bees and other pollinators would be disastrous. Gardeners could assist to put that right by producing pollinator-friendly gardens. Lavender as well as sage are particularly attractive to bugs. < a rel="nofollow" href =" http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/gardening/article-3626281/Nigel-Colborn-s-jobs-garden-week.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490" > Horticulture|Mail Online

Chelsea Flower Show 2014: First World War is remembered

Tribute: the charity Help for Heroes has sponsored a World War One-themed garden based on the shape of the Military Cross  Plans for the Chelsea Flower Show 2014 were unveiled by the RHS and show sponsor M&G Investments on November 11, the anniversary of the armistice. Two military charities are backing show gardens that celebrate … [Read more…]

Warm the cooking pot with veg from a winter garden

Winter gardens benefit from raised beds; keep delicate leaves protected Photo: MMGI / Marianne Majerus Winter vegetables are the prime reason to venture out into a bitterly cold garden. Eye-catching rows of sprouts, leeks and cabbages highlighted by the low winter light and frost cannot help but steal the show with their architectural shapes. They are … [Read more…]