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Take a close look at bergenias, the species and some beautiful cultivars. Find out what excellent plants they can be and why they should be in every garden.
Yellow snowdrops certainly bring a golden glint to the February garden and are greatly valued by many gardeners. They also have a fascinating history and, very possibly, an exciting future.
What a strange name for a snowdrop. It’s difficult to imagine anything less like a snowdrop than an enormous pig but that’s its name. Find out how it got that name and what a lovely snowdrop it is.
What are these strange-sounding snowdrops? See what they look like, find out about their histories, and how and why they got their names – and a lot else besides.
We grow sarcococca for its perfume but let’s take a closer look. Perhaps we can find the source of the wonderful scent and discover a fascinating plant.
A beautiful evergreen shrub with long, dangling catkins all winter. But take a closer look to find the hidden details within. You’ll be amazed!
Join me in a virtual tour to see some stunning autumn colour and find out about just some of the trees in this fabulous garden.
Read all about this beautiful summer climber. Maybe you’d like to grow it next year.
Galanthus reginae-olgae is an autumn-flowering snowdrop and, for a budding galanthophile, the early blooms are a cause for great excitement.