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  1. Daily Express ::

    Garden Re-leaf Day aims to raise funds for Britain's needy children

    FIRST there was Comic Relief then Sports Relief, and now there's Garden Re-leaf Day - the first national charity fund-raiser to be organised by the horticultural industry.Continue reading...
    FIRST there was Comic Relief then Sports Relief, and now there's Garden Re-leaf Day - the first national charity fund-raiser to be organised by the horticultural industry.Continue reading...
    FIRST there was Comic Relief then Sports Relief, and now there's Garden Re-leaf Day - the first national charity fund-raiser to be organised by the horticultural industry.Continue reading...
    FIRST there was Comic Relief then Sports Relief, and now there's Garden Re-leaf Day - the first national charity fund-raiser to be organised by the horticultural industry.Continue reading...
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  2. Daily Express ::

    Use trees and shrubs to create an all-year design for your garden

    EARLY spring is a good time to redesign your garden, especially if you've spent the last few months wishing your space had a more interesting winter structure.Continue reading...
    EARLY spring is a good time to redesign your garden, especially if you've spent the last few months wishing your space had a more interesting winter structure.Continue reading...
    EARLY spring is a good time to redesign your garden, especially if you've spent the last few months wishing your space had a more interesting winter structure.Continue reading...
    EARLY spring is a good time to redesign your garden, especially if you've spent the last few months wishing your space had a more interesting winter structure.Continue reading...
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  3. Daily Express ::

    Camellia Festival: Escape the cold by visiting a glass house collection

    DON'T let the cold weather put you off visiting gardens - just make sure it's got a good glass house to keep you warm.Continue reading...
    DON'T let the cold weather put you off visiting gardens - just make sure it's got a good glass house to keep you warm.Continue reading...
    DON'T let the cold weather put you off visiting gardens - just make sure it's got a good glass house to keep you warm.Continue reading...
    DON'T let the cold weather put you off visiting gardens - just make sure it's got a good glass house to keep you warm.Continue reading...
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  4. Daily Express ::

    Snowdrop fever for February

    EARLY February sees the start of snowdrop fever in Britain, a passion for visiting gardens awash with these tiny white gems.Continue reading...
    EARLY February sees the start of snowdrop fever in Britain, a passion for visiting gardens awash with these tiny white gems.Continue reading...
    EARLY February sees the start of snowdrop fever in Britain, a passion for visiting gardens awash with these tiny white gems.Continue reading...
    EARLY February sees the start of snowdrop fever in Britain, a passion for visiting gardens awash with these tiny white gems.Continue reading...
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  5. Daily Express ::

    Fruit harvests affected by the mild winter

    Experts at the RHS are warning that this year's fruit harvest may be badly affected by the mild winter.Continue reading...
    Experts at the RHS are warning that this year's fruit harvest may be badly affected by the mild winter.Continue reading...
    Experts at the RHS are warning that this year's fruit harvest may be badly affected by the mild winter.Continue reading...
    Experts at the RHS are warning that this year's fruit harvest may be badly affected by the mild winter.Continue reading...
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  6. News feed | RHS Gardening

    World's most expensive snowdrop

    A golden snowdrop has been bought for 725 by Thompson & Morgan making it the world's most expensive.Continue reading...
    A golden snowdrop has been bought for 725 by Thompson & Morgan making it the world's most expensive.Continue reading...
    A golden snowdrop has been bought for 725 by Thompson & Morgan making it the world's most expensive.Continue reading...
    A golden snowdrop has been bought for 725 by Thompson & Morgan making it the world's most expensive.Continue reading...
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  7. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Women gardeners to be held in memory

    A researcher is hoping to jog memories of a little-known school for women gardeners in Edinburgh at the turn of the 20th century with an appeal.Continue reading...
    A researcher is hoping to jog memories of a little-known school for women gardeners in Edinburgh at the turn of the 20th century with an appeal.Continue reading...
    A researcher is hoping to jog memories of a little-known school for women gardeners in Edinburgh at the turn of the 20th century with an appeal.Continue reading...
    A researcher is hoping to jog memories of a little-known school for women gardeners in Edinburgh at the turn of the 20th century with an appeal.Continue reading...
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  8. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Hillier strikes gold with new plant

    Hillier Nurseries will be featuring a new cultivar of Mexican orange blossom Choisya in the Great Pavilion.Continue reading...
    Hillier Nurseries will be featuring a new cultivar of Mexican orange blossom Choisya in the Great Pavilion.Continue reading...
    Hillier Nurseries will be featuring a new cultivar of Mexican orange blossom Choisya in the Great Pavilion.Continue reading...
    Hillier Nurseries will be featuring a new cultivar of Mexican orange blossom Choisya in the Great Pavilion.Continue reading...
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  9. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Coping with drought in spring & summer

    RHS experts have pinpointed four key things to help protect your plants from drought problems in your garden.Continue reading...
    RHS experts have pinpointed four key things to help protect your plants from drought problems in your garden.Continue reading...
    RHS experts have pinpointed four key things to help protect your plants from drought problems in your garden.Continue reading...
    RHS experts have pinpointed four key things to help protect your plants from drought problems in your garden.Continue reading...
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  10. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Taste of the tropics in the Great Pavilion

    If you love exotic plants, watch out for the Great Pavilion's Tropical Paradise display by Suzanne Gaywood MBE.Continue reading...
    If you love exotic plants, watch out for the Great Pavilion's Tropical Paradise display by Suzanne Gaywood MBE.Continue reading...
    If you love exotic plants, watch out for the Great Pavilion's Tropical Paradise display by Suzanne Gaywood MBE.Continue reading...
    If you love exotic plants, watch out for the Great Pavilion's Tropical Paradise display by Suzanne Gaywood MBE.Continue reading...
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  11. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Chris Beardshaw and Groundwork

    Broadcaster Chris Beardshaw will be linking up with Groundwork UK at Chelsea to promote gardening and greening up our towns and cities.Continue reading...
    Broadcaster Chris Beardshaw will be linking up with Groundwork UK at Chelsea to promote gardening and greening up our towns and cities.Continue reading...
    Broadcaster Chris Beardshaw will be linking up with Groundwork UK at Chelsea to promote gardening and greening up our towns and cities.Continue reading...
    Broadcaster Chris Beardshaw will be linking up with Groundwork UK at Chelsea to promote gardening and greening up our towns and cities.Continue reading...
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  12. News feed | RHS Gardening

    New plant discoveries accredited to a select few

    Research undertaken by Oxford University shows that just 2% of field botanists have collected more than 50% of new plant discoveries.Continue reading...
    Research undertaken by Oxford University shows that just 2% of field botanists have collected more than 50% of new plant discoveries.Continue reading...
    Research undertaken by Oxford University shows that just 2% of field botanists have collected more than 50% of new plant discoveries.Continue reading...
    Research undertaken by Oxford University shows that just 2% of field botanists have collected more than 50% of new plant discoveries.Continue reading...
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  13. News feed | RHS Gardening

    How climate change affects hedgehogs

    The People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is looking for help on researching the link between climate change and hedgehog hibernation and the impact this has on populations.Continue...
    The People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is looking for help on researching the link between climate change and hedgehog hibernation and the impact this has on populations.Continue reading...
    The People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is looking for help on researching the link between climate change and hedgehog hibernation and the impact this has on populations.Continue reading...
    The People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is looking for help on researching the link between climate change and hedgehog hibernation and the impact this has on populations.Continue...
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  14. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Nearly half of UK schools now gardening

    15,000th school signs up to RHS Campaign for School GardeningContinue reading...
    15,000th school signs up to RHS Campaign for School GardeningContinue reading...
    15,000th school signs up to RHS Campaign for School GardeningContinue reading...
    15,000th school signs up to RHS Campaign for School GardeningContinue reading...
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  15. News feed | RHS Gardening

    Ticket prices

    Compare prices between different days and timesContinue reading...
    Compare prices between different days and timesContinue reading...
    Compare prices between different days and timesContinue reading...
    Compare prices between different days and timesContinue reading...
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