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Plant of the Week: Aglaonema

Dip your toe in the water with this fantastic easy-care evergreen, giving you the full jungly foliage effect with minimal fuss! 

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Summer pond care

Summer pond care routines needn’t take long as long as they’re done regularly.

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British Flowers Week

Beautiful British-grown flowers are the order of the day at the garden centre as it’s British Flowers Week – all about promoting local, in-season flowers and the florists who arrange them so well.

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Plant of the Week: Anthurium

Anthuriums hail from the lush rainforests of central and South America; they’re also known as Flamingo flowers for the way the elegant, brightly-coloured spathes are held above the leaves on long, wiry stems.

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Rose attention!

Keep your roses blooming for longer with a little extra attention this month so they can keep performing at their absolute peak.

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Getting ready for the fruiting season

Get strawberry beds ready for the fruiting season now and you’ll keep them happy and healthy with fruits at the peak of perfection until they ripen and you can enjoy them to the full.

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BBC Gardeners' World Live

One of the UK’s best-loved gardening shows opens its doors next week as BBC Gardeners’ World Live gets underway at the NEC in Birmingham.

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Plant of the Week: Bonsai

Gnarled bark, twisted stems and knotted roots of an ancient tree in miniature.

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Plant pots for pollinators

Butterfly Conservation is inviting you to Plant Pots for Pollinators again this year – proving you can help butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects even without a garden at all!

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Open again: world's largest glasshouse

The world’s largest glasshouse, the Grade 1 listed Temperate House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is open to the public again after a five year, multi-million-pound restoration.

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