The English Garden


The new year hasn’t got off to the most promising start, with unrelentingly gloomy news at every turn. It is easy to lose heart, in another lockdown and at , where they are joined by cyclamen and a host of other treasures, to heritage daffodil varieties and ongoing efforts to conserve them.

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Things to Do
The queen of all climbers is the clematis, and it stands out from the crowd in more ways than one. Clematis take up so little space in a garden, adding quick height to a planting scheme when trained up a support or scrambling through trees and shrubs
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People to Meet
The curator of the Royal Horticultural Society’s new garden at Bridgewater explains his role and the history of the site, which is due to open in May Some people love taking something that’s run down and making it beautiful again, while others find