Category Archives: Rose

Gardening storm damage advice in Berkshire

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We have been battered and bruised from weeks of Atlantic storms recently and Berkshire has taken the brunt of it and the weather is starting to take its toll on the garden. The main advice I can give is to stay off the grass completely as the water table is very high and the garden […]

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Healthy Over 60’s

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I read an interesting article recently on the bbc website written by James Gallagher The health and science reporter linking gardening to a longer healthier life for over 60’s. It basically concludes that working in the garden or doing some DIY is strongly linked to a longer life in people over the age of 60. […]

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Rose Pruning Advice

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We have been pruning a lot of Roses in the last month so I thought I would give a quick guide on the correct technique of tidying up and stimulating the Spring growth. The Majority of Rose Shrubs,Bushes,Climbers and Ramblers should be pruned in the Spring time. The main aim is to keep a proper […]

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Plant of the Centenary

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To mark the Chelsea Flower show centenary, The Royal Horticultural Society is having a competition to find the ‘Greatest plant of the last hundred years’. Each decade has a plant nominated plant by 10 amateur gardeners. You can also watch a video by each nominee explaining why you should vote for their respective plant. To […]

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