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Watering greenhouse plants

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
At this time of year we need to be particularly attentive to plants, especially those in pots, baskets and growing bags. If compost is allowed to dry out plants soon suffer, and then the damage is done. Continue reading...
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Gardeners' World Live 2011

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
There's only one thing better than receiving emails, letters and phone calls from readers and that's meeting them in person. Continue reading...
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Growing roses - rose diseases

By Adam Pasco in Plants
Are your roses martyrs to disease? Are their leaves covered with black spots or a white overcoat of powdery mildew? Continue reading...
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Grow Yourself Healthy: May jobs

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
Things really move up a gear in May when you're growing your own. With a greenhouse bulging at the seams, I can't wait for the risk of frosty nights to pass [...] Continue reading...
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Dividing perennials

By Adam Pasco in Plants
When did you last lift and divide congested clumps of perennial flowers in your garden? You're not alone if you're struggling to remember [...] Continue reading...
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Growing rhubarb

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
Putting bread and butter pudding to one side, I have two favourite puddings made with supplies from my garden - gooseberry fool and rhubarb crumble. Continue reading...
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Grow Yourself Healthy 2011

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
Last year, Gardeners' World magazine ran a campaign called Grow Yourself Healthy, encouraging readers to grow their own fruit and veg. The campaign was so successful we're bringing it back... Continue reading...
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Growing sweet peas from seed

By Adam Pasco in Plants
Brighter days and lighter evenings are really cheering me up, as is the anticipation of borders packed with sunflowers and sweet peas this summer. Continue reading...
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Making plant pots from old newspaper

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
[...] I was always dubious about the idea of making small pots out of old newspaper. Surely they'll fall apart, I thought, and can't possibly be worth the bother. How wrong I was. Continue reading...
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Growing primulas

By Adam Pasco in Plants
There's nothing wrong with instant gratification. Who can resist the appeal of primulas at this time of year? Certainly not me. Continue reading...
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