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Van Hage Garden Centre SG12 9RP, Ware
Nursery Grower Propagator
MorePeople England, Somerset
2 Lecturers in Horticulture
Capel Manor College London (Greater)
Plantarea Manager & Buyer
MorePeople East Sussex
Clarbow Ltd t/a Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens Lower Beeding, Horsham
These exotic plants are easy to grow and a great addition to any garden in pots, beds or borders, says Miranda Kimberley.
These elegant plants are ideal for gardens with a shady area and soil that will not dry out, notes Miranda Kimberley.
Versatile and tough, this genus is easy to grow and is tolerant of a wide range of soils, says Miranda Kimberley.
These easy-to-grow plants provide a vibrant set of flower colours from hots to pastels, writes Miranda Kimberley.
These attractive trees and shrubs add great value to the landscape and are good for hedging, says Miranda Kimberley.
With their bright blooms and nice petals these plants look like a bedding version of orchids, says Miranda Kimberley.
These evergreen, aromatic shrubs work well in gardens, parks and amenity schemes, writes Miranda Kimberley.
This diverse genus offers varieties that work well inside as well as outdoors in many sizes, says Miranda Kimberley.
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