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Commonly known as pampas grass, is a flowering plant native to southern South America, including the Pampas region after which it is named.

Though the berries are harmless, the seed within is highly toxic. Unbroken it will pass through the body without being digested but if the seed is chewed…

Hips of the Wild Rose or Dog Rose as it is also known. Often found growing wild in the United Kingdom.

This is a familiar and attractive grassland perennial and our largest native member of the daisy family.

Alliums, also known as ornamental onions, are grown for their showy flower heads, which come in wide range of sizes and shades of blue, purple, white and…

Bracken the UK's most common fern and grows in dense stands on heathland, moorland, hillsides and in woodland.

Flowering Currant (Ribes Sanguineum) is deciduous and its flowers appear before the leaves. The flowers are formed in showy crimson pendulous highly scented…

Brodsworth Hall near Brodsworth, 5 miles north-west of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, is one of the most complete surviving examples of a Victorian country…

This is name given to many of the smaller species of the genus Salix (willows and sallows) when their furry catkins are young in early spring.

Cortaderia selloana, commonly known as pampas grass, is a flowering plant native to southern South America, including the Pampas region after which it is named…

The Photinia Red robin hedge plant is a marvellous alternative choice for an evergreen hedge because of its brilliant red glossy young leaves, which give a…

Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) are small, deciduous trees grown for their graceful habit, autumn colour and beautiful foliage which may be coloured or deeply…

Dahlias are invaluable for the summer border, in patio containers or as cut flowers, often flowering until the first frosts in the UK.

In many fields these days you can find poppies growing amongst the crops. Possibly seed has been dropped by birds or their is some seeds mixed in when they are…

I like thinking about the future. Often I end up thinking about what it would be like to grow old. I wonder what my day would look like, what I would be able to…

Cotoneasters provide an important reminder that even with the best intentions of gardeners, the wind, birds and other animals can help plants to ‘escape over…

Tree ferns have become extremely popular in recent years and their elegant, huge fronds grace many a back garden, park or terrace in the UK.
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