Archives : April 7th, 2020

How to grow and care for poppies (Papaver)

How to grow and care for poppies (Papaver)

Poppy is a very common name for the plants that fall under the genus Papaver. Poppies can come in many forms including annuals, biennials, and perennials. They have summer flowers

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How to grow alstroemeria (Peruvian lily)

How to grow alstroemeria (Peruvian lily)

Alstroemerias are tuberous perennials that are a wonderful addition to border gardens and, once they are established can be cut and added to floral arrangements. They are free-flowering and give

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How and when to divide alstroemeria

How and when to divide alstroemeria

Because it is a perennial you want to make sure that you are dividing your Alstroemeria properly and more importantly at the right time of year.  When to divide –

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Propagating and growing daylilies from seed

Propagating and growing daylilies from seed

Daylilies are among some of the more popular perennials for any garden. They are very versatile, easy to grow, and they produce flowers that, as the name suggests, bloom for

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Growing and caring for daylilies in pots and containers in UK

Growing and caring for daylilies in pots and containers in UK

Daylilies also are known as Hemerocallis are a great plant to grow in the UK particularly because of their versatility and ability to withstand a range of growing conditions and

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Top 6 Best pet friendly weed killers  – Keep pets off until treated area has dried

Top 6 Best pet friendly weed killers – Keep pets off until treated area has dried

What do you do if you have a problem with weeds but you also have children or pets who love being in the garden? Do you keep them indoors for

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Top 6 Best hose reel carts which make mobility around larger gardens much easier

Top 6 Best hose reel carts which make mobility around larger gardens much easier

Do you know where your garden hose is? If you look out of your window, can you see it snaking across your garden, all tangled and kinked up and muddy? 

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