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ive always wanted a cottage garden or country garden packed with colour height and smell like the ones you see in gardeners world etc ive tried and failed a few time last year i ripped the whole lot out and left a few it was an eye sore all summe
I don't know if this is the right place to ask this but I want to know if Carole Kleins garden will have an open day this year.I can't find it on the yellow book app. I would love to visit it as I am a big fan of hers. After the dispute
864Stewart Lane, Stillingfleet, North Yorkshire01904 728 506www.stillingfleetlodgenurseries.co.ukYO19 6HPOpen 3 Apr-27 Sep, Wed & Fri, plus 1st & 3rd Sat & Sun of each month, 1-5pm (until 7pm on 2nd Wed). Adults/OAPs £4.50, children (5-16) 50p. Card not valid on charity & event d...
748Approach via river footpath from High Street, Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire01480 463 134www.greenknowe.co.ukPE28 9BNOpen all year, daily, 11am-5pm (dusk if earlier). Adults £4, OAPs £3.50, under-16s free. toilets,full-disabled,plants,public-transport
794Buckland Monachorum, Yelverton, Devon01822 854 769www.thegardenhouse.org.ukPL20 7LQOpen 1 Mar-31 Oct, daily, 10am-5pm. Adults/OAPs £7.30, children (5-16) £3.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,food-drink,public-transport
80826 Channel Road, Clevedon, Somerset01275 871 850BS21 7BYOpen 6 Jun-29 Aug, Thu only, 11am-4pm. Adults/OAPs £3, under-16s free.parking,plants,public-transport
675Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham 0121 454 1860www.birminghambotanicalgardens.org.ukB15 3TROpen all year, daily: 1 Apr-30 Sep, 10am-7pm; 1-31 Oct 10am-5pm; 1 Nov-31 Mar 10am-4pm. Adults £7, OAPs/children (5-15) £4.75.parking,toilets,full-disabled,plants,refreshments,picni...
Hi, does anyone know the variety of tulips Carol has in her cottage garden programme filmed at Glebe Cottate. They are golden orange and Carol grows them in pots.
I have recently moved into an old cottage with a very owergrown garden. In amongst the weeds is an apple tree which looks in a poor state. Is there anything I can do to help it recover?
I have a large garden with a kind of potager/cottage garden feel and want to add a fruit cage that isn't a big ugly monster. Has anyone come across such a thing that won't require me to remortgage my house and live in it?