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Working in and caring for an historic garden can sometimes shift what could be construed as normal garden sense i.e. keeping a plant that is long past its aesthetic contribution because of its historic relevance.  Case in point: This poor old specimen of a cherry tree has gone from a regal adornment a top a […]

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I consider the time when the March Bank is in its full blue regalia to be the calm before the storm; the storm being the flowering flurry of April. There is a quiet composure to the vast blue display and when viewed from a distance, it is one in which you can get visually lost. […]

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  Each spring I look forward to the flowering of the snowdrops (Galanthus spp.) and also to the task of dividing some of the larger clumps. There are a couple schools of thought of when the best time is to divide them, some say “in the green” just after flowering and others prefer to wait until […]

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