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  • Gardening_in_Lockdown-004

    Gardening in Lockdown

    The effect of lockdown on the population has been huge. People spending much more time at home. As a consequence, those people who had gardens began to spend more time in them and looking after the garden became increasingly important during lockdown.

  • Gardening in March

    What to do in the Garden in March – UK and Ireland

    March is the time when we want to start thinking about sowing seeds, getting the ground prepared for growing crops and flowers. Bulbs in the garden, such as daffodils and crocuses are really coming into their own now.

  • Shade Loving Perennials

    Caroline Bowman has been hooked on gardening ever since she grew some thyme from seed and planted it in a window box when she lived in a flat in London. Fifty years later she is still hooked on gardening, but now she lives in Lincolnshire in England where they have quite a big suburban garden as well as an allotment, where they grow fruit and vegetables. Caroline loves flowering plants, in particular herbaceous perennials and she likes finding out about the more unusual varieties that will do well in the English climate and soil.