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1. imageArticle - The Perfect Wedding Present for Green-Fingered Newly-weds
Plant profile of Cornus controversa ‘Variegata’, the Wedding Cake Tree.
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2. imageArticle - Canine Qualities: Dogwoods in Winter
The attributes of the Dogwoods and their importance in the winter garden.
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3. imagePlant - Wedding Cake Tree - Cornus controversa 'Variegata'
The term Cornus is derived from the Latin for ‘horn’ a reference to the hard wood of the trees and shrubs in the Genus.
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4. imagePlant - Winter Dogwood - Cornus alba ’Aurea’
The latin Cornus means ‘horn’, in this case referring to the hard nature of the wood. Alba refers to the white flowers this plant produces. Aurea refers to its golden yellow leaves.
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5. imageArticle - A walk in the park for Perovskia
A plant profile of Perovskia 'Blue Spire', particularly suitable to the current UK climate and our preferred method of pruning Hypericum 'Hidcote' (St John's Wort).
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6. imageArticle - Time for Spring Cutbacks
Many plants require a visit from the secateurs in early Spring.
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7. imageArticle - How to Prune a Shrub
Pruning shrubs can be a bit daunting for the novice gardener, but a few simple rules can help you on your way to safely prune ANY shrub.
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8. imagePlant - Flowering dogwood - Cornus 'Venus'
The term Cornus is derived from the Latin for ‘horn’ a reference to the hard wood of the trees and shrubs in the Genus.
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9. imagePlant - Dogwood - Cornus 'Eddie's White Wonder'
The latin Cornus means ‘horn’, in this case referring to the hard nature of the wood.
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10. imagePlant - Dogwood - Cornus 'Norman Hadden'
The latin Cornus means ‘horn’, in this case referring to the hard nature of the wood.
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