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  1. Garden blogs

    Bramble gamble is key to bridging the June gap

    Botanic Garden beekeeper Lynda Christie is praying for rain to boost the nectar flow as swarm season continues

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    The pollen-nation is out in force on a sunny afternoon

    Botanic Garden beekeeper Lynda Christie discovers that, when it comes to honeybees, one plus one equals four!

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    Spring Equinox – March 20th

    The spring has finally arrived!

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    World’s Biggest Flower Market

    The BBC’s The World’s Biggest Flower Market aired last night on BBC 2. It gave a fascinating insight into the cut flower industry. Timely as I happen to be delivering a grow your own cut flower course Saturday 4th June.

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    Grow your own cut flowers

    Grow your own cut flowers and be blessed with stunning floral displays both outside and inside your home. Many garden plants can be enjoyed as cut flowers.

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    Don’t miss the Great Glasshouse at its brilliant best

    April-May is the best time to see the mediterranean climate zone plants in Lord Foster’s Great Glasshouse at their blooming best

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