Monthly Archives: September 2013

Autumn planting

It seems that every time I go to Langthorns plantery, it rains. Hence the miserable pictures. But it is autumn now, and the rain that comes with the season is what helps to make it one of the best times of … Continue reading

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Water gardens, pond plants and marginals

I went to Brittany in France last week and visited a garden called Le Jardin d’Eau. It’s a small nursery, specialising in all kinds of water-loving plants, and it has the most beautiful, shady, aquatic garden that’s completely free to … Continue reading

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