Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

'Sundrops' (Gardening Direct), for example, in the British-bred Designer series, must be the best yellow yet, a spectacularly sunny shade: rich yellow, with even darker veins and a paler rim. It is gorgeous, though limited in supply in this,
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Utility asks El Pasoans to water lawns less

As part of its new bilingual education campaign, "Less is the New More," the water company reminds residents that the watering schedule allows households to water lawns three times a week on assigned days. The utility is asking that residents water
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Chelsea Fringe 2012: Tom Turner's journey

The cottage was built in the 19th century in the style of a cottage ornée, and was given an Arts and Crafts cottage garden in the 20th — a symbol of England's peasant culture in the heart of the government quarter. “My grandfather used to buy fresh
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Asparagus prices set to rise as wettest April on record ruins entire UK crop

Tim Rumball, editor of Amateur Gardening magazine, said 'The rain has certainly been a relief from the drought but without warmer temperatures and wind the ground becomes waterlogged which encourages fungal diseases. 'If this sort of weather carries on
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Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

'Sundrops' (Gardening Direct), for example, in the British-bred Designer series, must be the best yellow yet, a spectacularly sunny shade: rich yellow, with even darker veins and a paler rim. It is gorgeous, though limited in supply in this,
See all stories on this topic »

Telegraph.co.uk

Utility asks El Pasoans to water lawns less

As part of its new bilingual education campaign, "Less is the New More," the water company reminds residents that the watering schedule allows households to water lawns three times a week on assigned days. The utility is asking that residents water
See all stories on this topic »

Chelsea Fringe 2012: Tom Turner's journey

The cottage was built in the 19th century in the style of a cottage ornée, and was given an Arts and Crafts cottage garden in the 20th — a symbol of England's peasant culture in the heart of the government quarter. “My grandfather used to buy fresh
See all stories on this topic »

Telegraph.co.uk

Asparagus prices set to rise as wettest April on record ruins entire UK crop

Tim Rumball, editor of Amateur Gardening magazine, said 'The rain has certainly been a relief from the drought but without warmer temperatures and wind the ground becomes waterlogged which encourages fungal diseases. 'If this sort of weather carries on
See all stories on this topic »

Daily Mail

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Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

Petunias: still blazing their trail after all these years

'Sundrops' (Gardening Direct), for example, in the British-bred Designer series, must be the best yellow yet, a spectacularly sunny shade: rich yellow, with even darker veins and a paler rim. It is gorgeous, though limited in supply in this,
See all stories on this topic »

Telegraph.co.uk

Utility asks El Pasoans to water lawns less

As part of its new bilingual education campaign, "Less is the New More," the water company reminds residents that the watering schedule allows households to water lawns three times a week on assigned days. The utility is asking that residents water
See all stories on this topic »

Chelsea Fringe 2012: Tom Turner's journey

The cottage was built in the 19th century in the style of a cottage ornée, and was given an Arts and Crafts cottage garden in the 20th — a symbol of England's peasant culture in the heart of the government quarter. “My grandfather used to buy fresh
See all stories on this topic »

Telegraph.co.uk

Asparagus prices set to rise as wettest April on record ruins entire UK crop

Tim Rumball, editor of Amateur Gardening magazine, said 'The rain has certainly been a relief from the drought but without warmer temperatures and wind the ground becomes waterlogged which encourages fungal diseases. 'If this sort of weather carries on
See all stories on this topic »

Daily Mail

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