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How to create an award-winning wildlife garden

Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Spring 2012: We chose turf so that we could access the washing line, compost heap and flowerbed

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust member, Matt Watson, shares his tips on how to achieve an award-winning wildlife garden

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Cosy thatched cottages with roses around the door are the Hampshire idyll. But come winter, make sure you’re chocolate box home is protected with these tips from Karen Crouch at the Thatch Advice Centre

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Wedding and special event florist, Jay Archer, is flying the flag for British flower growers with the launch of a new Flower School that aims to educate and spread awareness of the thriving industry.

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7 garden trends to expect in 2015

Thursday, February 5, 2015
One of Anne's designs with a combination of formal hedging and soft infill

Garden designer Anne Keenan of Goodworth Clatford shares her predictions for 2015 trends

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Visitors can stroll the relaxed grounds

Leigh Clapp wanders through the grounds of the Mill at Gordleton and discovers an outdoor art gallery with an eclectic display of sculptures by local and national artists

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David with the extraordinary looking Squash

David Green has been gardening at Hill Top in Upper Swanmore all his life and has a particular passion for growing unusual vegetables and fruit from around the world

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Get planting this Centenary

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
© John Sambrooks

The Royal British Legion is calling on the public to plant a living legacy for those who fought and died in the First World War as part of its Centenary commemorations.

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A stand of lilies draws the eye as you stroll the path through the elephant hedge

Leigh Clapp visits the beautiful gardens at Hambledon House that have been lovingly created over the years by Diana and David Hart Dyke

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Fiery heleniums

Leigh Clapp takes a wander around the ornamental and productive garden of Tanglefoot in Crawley, at its peak in high summer

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Deborah Griffiths from The Wildlife Trust says creating a prize wildlife garden does not mean weeds and overgrowth

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