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New RHS planting list to help tackle number one garden disease
New research from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) reveals how gardeners can manage honey fungus, the most popular plant complaint in UK gardens. A new list which advises on plants to avoid if the disease is present on your plot comes as the charity prepares for a surge in... Read more
Chelsea Gold Medal gardens  new home at Ed
The Campaign for Female Education African Garden, which won a prestigious gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May, is being installed at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The garden tells the story of how the Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) supports the most excluded girls and... Read more
Society of Garden Designers announces finalists in SGD Awards 2020
A shortlist of 23 projects has been announced across 13 award categories include a cliff garden in Bermuda, a roof garden and basement courtyard in an old factory building in London, a family garden on an exposed cliff top overlooking the North Sea and a modern meadow. Selected by a panel of... Read more
LANDSCAPE Show 2019 Recap
With hundreds of exhibitors from various sectors in the industry, LANDSCAPE has established itself as the must-see exhibition for garden designers, landscape architects and contractors. LANDSCAPE 2020 will take place in Battersea Park, London on the 22nd & 23rd of September 2020. Read more
Mow grassy verges ‘less and later’
Rural road verges are a vital refuge for wild flowers driven out of our farmland. In turn, wild flowers support our birds, bees and other wildlife. We all want to see road verges managed better whilst remaining safe for motorists which is a priority. This must also include the... Read more
2020 Date Released

2020 Date Released

Landscape News September 27, 2019 0

2020 Date Released Read more
The Landscape Show

The Landscape Show

Landscape News September 4, 2019 0

OAK PROCESSIONARY MOTH The caterpillars (larvae) of oak processionary moth (OPM) are pests of oak trees, and a hazard to human and animal health. OPM was first accidentally introduced to England in 2005, Read more