gardening

  • 15
    Mar

    Hydrangea

    Hydrangea may be considered a little old fashioned, but they are making a comeback. They provide long lasting colour into late summer and are fairly easy to grow. They come in two main types, Lacecaps and Mopheads. Lacecaps have a large flat flower while the Mophead’s flowers are in more of a ball shape. Planting […]

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  • 20
    Feb

    Camellia’s – Planting and care

    Camellias are very popular for good reason, they are easy to grow, evergreen, and they have large flowers at a time when not much else is happening in the garden. Planting There are a few different types of camellia available so make sure you check the species that you are planting. However, as a general […]

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