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What is the best Christmas tree?

When it comes to buying your real Christmas tree, make it the best you...

Five ways to feed the birds

Feeding the birds brings your garden alive, adding a delightful, animated and colourful dimension...

Winter edibles to grow and pick now

As the garden starts to slow, there are still plenty of edibles to pick,...

Bats in the garden

Don’t be scared, bats in the garden are a blessing not a curse. These...

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What are Tree Lilies?

Looking like lilies on steroids, tree lilies produce towering stems that are capable of carrying up to 30, dinner plate sized blooms in summer. Apart from their dramatic good looks, the flowers possess an intoxicating scent that makes spending time...

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Meet Martyn Cox

Spreading the love of gardening in a friendly accessible way is at the very core of Richard Jackson’s Garden. That’s why we are delighted to welcome Martyn Cox as our NEW Brand Ambassador

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Growing cosmos for cut flowers

Cosmos are one of the easiest, most rewarding flowers you can grow in your garden. Their simple, open flowers have a friendly, smiley, summery demeanor and can be planted in beds, borders, pots and containers all around your garden with...

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Beating the winter garden blues

It may be cold, wet, miserable and depressing outside and you may think that your garden is silently sleeping and there’s nothing you can do outside. Cooped up inside you may be going stir crazy and dreaming of warmer weather...

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Five Chelsea 2018 Show Gardens

As the dawn lifts on this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Main Avenue is liberally seasoned with glorious show gardens to inspire and enthrall the crowds. Once again the garden designers have worked their magic with the plant nurseries and...

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