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Witch Hazel is often at its best in January when the flowers appear on bare branches. It commonly flowers yellow and orange and its flowers have a citrus scent. It is a small tree -advice on how to grow Witch Hazel.
Viburnum tinus tends to get a bad press because it is popular, and often found in car parks and supermarket landscaping. That's a disservice because it is a lovely shrub, easy to grow and tough yet with delicate flowers either white or there is a nice pink variety.
Owls continue to be active and audible throughout December and January. Being serenaded to off to sleep to the gentle hooting of owls is a magical sound. Why not take a few minutes to relax and listen to the gentle sounds of the owls alongside a stream.
A lovely winter flowering Clematis and group 1 which means no tricky pruning, and also not prone to Clematis wilt. Often described as hardy it is a winter survivor although if soil is heavy and wet C. 'Freckles' is best grown in a container.
Easy to grow Spring and Summer flowering plants, advice as to the best climbing and scented plants.
Ideas for the Best Evergreen shrubs, Spring and Summer Flowering shrubs and fast growing shrubs.
Advice on plants to attract bees and butterflies into your garden. Check out the 10 Best wildlife friendly plants and shrubs.
How to grow your own veg, including growing from seed and the best veg for growing in containers
A month by month guide with advice and top tips what to do in the garden each month. Seasonal monthly advice in the Sunday Gardener's Newsletter.
An easy step-by-step guide with illustrations on how to build a pond, choosing a pond liner, and attracting wildlife to your pond.
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