Garden Lovers Treated to Rare glimpse of Sussex National Plant Collections

Garden Lovers Treated to Rare glimpse of Sussex National Plant Collections

Leading cultivated plant conservation charity, Plant Heritage, is treating garden lovers in West Sussex to an opportunity to visit a unique garden, home to the…

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Cuckfield Nature Village to host talk on 'The Millennium Seed Bank - thinking globally and locally'

Cuckfield Nature Village to host talk on ‘The Millennium Seed Bank – thinking globally and locally’

Friday 14 March, 19:45 Cuckfield Nature Village Spring Talk Queen’s Hall, Cuckfield  Our second Cuckfield Nature Village talk is entitled “The Millennium Seed Bank – thinking and acting globally and locally”…

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Friends of Wolstonbury

Friends of Wolstonbury

Wish you were active in the open air and on the South Downs?  Then the ‘Friends of Wolstonbury’ would welcome your help. Wolstonbury Hill, which…

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Strictly Gardening is Back for 2014

Strictly Gardening is Back for 2014

Strictly is back for 2014 with even more attractions on Saturday 10th May. The very popular celebrity panel will be back, chaired by Jean Griffin…

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What do do with winter pot plants that look more dead than alive...

What do do with winter pot plants that look more dead than alive…

By Flo Whitaker If your cyclamen’s looking feeble, don’t beat yourself up. They’re easy to kill off. I should know – I’ve disposed of several…

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Join in with Strictly Gardening!

Join in with Strictly Gardening!

Strictly is back for 2014 with even more attractions on Saturday 10th May.  The very popular celebrity panel will be back, chaired by Jean Griffin…

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Blooming Times

Blooming Times

by Flo Whitaker, Burgess Hill Horticultural Society There are two seasons associated with tree and shrub planting: spring and late autumn. To us humans, spring…

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Helpful Harvest Hints

Helpful Harvest Hints

The season of Harvest Home was a busy time for our Times ancestors, as they rushed to preserve as much food as possible before winter…

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