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Clover in lawns

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
Where has all the clover come from this summer? My lawn is simply covered with clover - I don't recall it ever being so infested in the past. Continue reading...
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Agapanthus

By Adam Pasco in Plants
Knowing exactly how to care for plants is a matter of judgement and experience. Many plants need treating with tender loving care, but others can benefit from 'mean' treatment. Continue reading...
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Controlling slugs and snails with copper

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
This season I've discovered the versatility of copper in my battle with Britain's No.1 garden pest... Continue reading...
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Invasion of the golden hop

By Adam Pasco in Plants
When I first planted a golden hop against my arch some 15 years ago it was a well-behaved youngster... Continue reading...
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Dogs in the garden

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
Do dogs and gardening mix? I'd have to say yes, despite the state of my lawn! Continue reading...
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Reflections on Gardeners' World Live 2009

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
Our five-day extravaganza at BBC Gardeners' World Live has sadly come to an end for another year. Continue reading...
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Gardeners' World Live 2009

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
My annual pilgrimage to Gardeners' World Live has arrived, and what a week it will be! Continue reading...
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Self-seeding plants

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
It's a wise gardener that makes room for the unexpected, and the rewards this can bring. Leave an area of soil bare and something will grow... Continue reading...
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Companion plants

By Adam Pasco in Plants
Organic gardeners usually refer to companion plants as those deterring pests in some way. Tagetes planted alongside tomatoes and crops is a good example... Continue reading...
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Rhubarb bursts forth

By Adam Pasco in Grow & eat
Hidden from view by its terracotta overcoat for the past few months, it's impossible to know exactly how the rhubarb beneath is developing without peeping. Continue reading...
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