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Landscape Plant Library

A. palmatum ‘Red Pygmy’ - all images credit: Floramedia

Acer

These trees and shrubs grow to a range of different heights and produce distinctive foliage in many colours, Sally Drury finds.

T. heterophylla - credit all images: Floramedia

Tsuga

From bonsai, rock garden and ground cover to dense hedges and extremely elegant trees up to 50m tall, the small genus of Tsuga may only have 10 species of evergreen conifers but it has variety and versatility.

V. vitis-idaea - credit all images: Floramedia Database

Vaccinium

Pretty flowers, shiny leaves and delicious berries make this an appealing choice for garden designers, writes Sally Drury.


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EGO marketing manager Emma Gayler

Taking the lead on cutting emissions from petrol-fuelled garden tools

EGO’s Challenge 2025 campaign examines emissions produced by petrol-powered gardening equipment.

Neil Bancroft

Why putting a price on nature is a good way to save it

Astley Ainslie Community Trust (AACT) will be going out to public consultation with its plans for this historic site in Edinburgh in the new year.

Is there a future for pesticide use?


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