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Simply Beautiful -10

Sometimes two plants flower side by  side and enhance each other so much. The whole is far greater than the sum of the parts. Complementary colours blue and yellow present great partnerships. A blue Anemone blanda teamed up with a … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Park – Attingham Park March – The Walled Garden

I shall post two reports for our March visit to Attingham Park, the first about the Walled Garden followed by one about the walk we followed, the Woodland Walk. We walked our usual track beneath tall mature deciduous trees to … Continue reading

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Primroses – more unsung heroes of the spring garden

Following on from my posts about celandines and pulmonarias I am now urging us all to take more notice of primroses and all their spring-flowering cousins with which we can grace our spring borders. The most beautiful of all are our natives, the … Continue reading

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