November – in the garden news

Now that we are at the end of Autumn, and the forests around us are putting on the last of their magnificent display, we are at last ready to start planting our tulips. It has taken us about three weeks to work through the flower garden borders; removing annuals, dividing perennials and planting out for […]

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Our five favourite ‘Spooky’ plants at Gravetye this week

Gravetye Manor can be considered one of the most historically influential gardens in the country, as it was once the home of pioneering Victorian gardener and writer William Robinson. Our top five favourite ‘Spooky’ plants in the gardens this week are: Begonia ‘given to me by my mum’ Cynara cardunculusCynara cardunculus Mahonia ‘Soft Caress’ Persicaria ‘Red […]

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