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Serrated leaves, twisted bark and tasty nuts make the sweet chestnut a highly prized tree, writes Miranda Kimberley.
Accurate identification is key to tackling this serious plant disease.
This huge genus offers a wide range of interesting foliage, does well indoors and is easy to grow, says Miranda Kimberley.
The latest options for the production sector include a variety of chemical and non-chemical solutions, Sally Drury finds
Tasks, implements and power requirement should all be considered when choosing the right model for your needs, says Sally Drury
The latest introductions are increasing the choice of tractors even further across all sectors. Sally Drury looks at the new models.
Precision, convenience and labour savings have all contributed to the increased popularity of these products, Sally Drury explains.
These prairie plants are easy to grow in well-drained soil and will perform best in full sun, Miranda Kimberley advises.
An extended flowering season, luminous colours and robust stems all contribute to outstanding displays, says Kevin Line.
The most popular species, A. Mollis and A. Spinosus need plenty of space at the back of the border, Miranda Kimberley reports.
Plants in this genus range from our native lesser celandine to the frost-tender R. asiaticus. Miranda Kimberley reports
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