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17.05.11: Blooming Britain: Gardening Through the Lens

Community gardening has been beautifully captured by artists Julie Henry and Debbie Bragg in a new outdoor photo exhibition that will be touring all four RHS gardens this summer.

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17.05.11: Experience the RHS

Visitors to the 2011 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, and everyone who downloads the new RHS Chelsea iPhone app, will get an exclusive look at the Royal Horticultural Society and its remarkable work.

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17.05.11: School Garden Goes Public

St John of Beverly Roman Catholic Primary School, Yorkshire, is one of only a handful of schools across the country to be listed in the National Garden Scheme’s (NGS). Pupils at the school are very excited about this recognition of their efforts.

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09.05.11: The RHS Great Garden Swap

The RHS, the UK’s leading gardening charity, is calling on gardeners to gather up their garden plants, clear out their bookshelves and join the first RHS Great Garden Swap at RHS Garden Hyde Hall in Essex, on 3 – 4 June.

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09.05.11: Gardens from Wales to Rwanda

Visionary Gardens at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park address issues on an international level.

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09.05.11: Leominster School Builds a Special Garden at the Malvern Spring Gardening Show

A small independent school based in Leominster is designing and building a garden with a scientific twist, at this week’s Malvern Spring Gardening Show.

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26.04.11: Don't Risk It

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Advisory Service is asking anyone travelling overseas for their Spring break not to bring back plant cuttings, even if the plant looks healthy.

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16.04.11: Women win in Green-Fingered Gender Wars

If you want your garden to look its best, a woman’s touch is necessary, a study has found.

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09.04.11: Alan Titchmarsh Opening new RHS Learning Centre to help Thousands more Children get Growing

The Royal Horticultural Society, the UK’s leading gardening charity, is set to open the new Peter Buckley Learning Centre, at RHS Garden Rosemoor in Devon, helping thousands more school children in the region learn about sustainability, the environment, wildlife and plants.

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09.04.11: Garden Designer gets on her Bike to Reduce Plant Miles

Worcestershire garden designer, Hannah Genders, is quite literally getting on her bike this Spring, to scour the local countryside for materials she can use in her Show Garden at the Malvern Spring Gardening Show.

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