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Plant of the Week: Gaultheria

The glossy green leaves shine in low winter sun and the whole plant is smothered in brilliant lipstick red or snowy white berries right through winter.

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Create a Bohemian indoor style

Create an indoor Bohemian style to give your interiors a lovely new look and feel. Boho chic is super stylish and very easy to achieve with the right plants and accessories.

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Filter winter gales

Plant shelterbelts of shrubs or multi-stemmed trees to filter winter gales down to a gentle breeze, protecting vegetable crops and allowing you to grow a greater variety of plants in your garden. Place they carefully and they’ll also screen eyesores such as wheely bins, ugly fencing and walls.

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Plant of the Week: Bromeliads

Bromeliads are rainforest plants, closely related to the pineapple, and are epiphytes – plants which grow on other plants, using their roots just to anchor themselves in place and collecting water and nutrients from rainwater.

 

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Scottish Tree Festival

Scotland is celebrating the beauty and majesty of its trees with its first-ever Scottish Tree Festival, taking place in forests, woodlands, gardens and parks across the nation until December.

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Colour your garden by planting winter bedding

Planting winter bedding is one of the best ways to fill your garden with colour through the winter months. 

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What to do in the garden in November?

The first whisper of winter’s cold is on the breeze, but not to worry: November is a month of cosy indulgences from bonfires and flame-coloured trees to the rich flavours of the autumn harvest.

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Plant of the Week: Cyclamen

These low-growing, shade-loving woodlanders are instantly recognisable with their swept-back shuttlecock blooms in pink, red and white

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Remember, remember..

stack up a good hearty bonfire and enjoy the best fireworks display you can muster, perhaps accompanied by piping hot potatoes baked in the ashes.

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Leaves: the final bounty of the gardening year

The falling autumn leaves bring the final bounty of the gardening year: the raw materials for lovely, crumbly leafmould, one of the gardener’s best-kept secrets.

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