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Flowers

A Flower Farmer's February

Written by Fran Phillips

Tips on creating your own joyful bouquets while we wait for spring to arrive as well as tips on when to sow hard annuals.

read more 14/02/20
The Gardening Year

February at Norfolk School of Gardening - Premature Spring Flowers & Being Peat-Free

Written by Ruth Darrah

Flowers are starting to appear all over - but are they coming out too soon? And environmental promises from NSG.

read more 08/02/20
Flowers

Sweet Pea Training (or Valentine's Day for Growers)

Written by Fran Phillips

Who said it had to be roses anyway? Sweet Peas are the Valentine's flower of choice for Fran.

read more 07/02/20

Hawkwell Herbology: Old Wives' Tales

Written by Sara of Hawkwell Herbs

Who doesn't love a good Old Wives' Tale? A bit of herbacious folklore from our resident Herb Expert.

read more 06/02/20
Gardening Tips

February at Norfolk School of Gardening - Late Winter Shrub Plans

Written by Ruth Darrah

Days are getting longer, which means more time in the garden. Norfolk school of gardening are out tackling the shrubbery and pests that survived the winter.

read more 01/02/20
Flowers

Growing and Preparing Dahlia Tubers

Written by Fran Phillips

How do you prepare your dahlias for storage through the cold months?

read more 31/01/20
Gardening Tips

January at Norfolk School of Gardening - Winter Jobs

Written by Ruth Darrah

Keeping on top of winter jobs - bulbs coming up, seeds to plant, fruit trees to prune.

read more 25/01/20
Flowers

Vase for January & Greenhouse Seedlings

Written by Fran Phillips

What is in your garden this January that can make a beautiful arrangement for your home right now?

read more 24/01/20
Gardeners We Love

Hawkwell Herbology: Lavender Tea with a Side of Sympathy

Written by Sara of Hawkwell Herbs

Homemade herbal teas are a warming treat at any time of year, and Sara knows what seasonable herbs are available this winter.

read more 23/01/20
Gardening Tips

January from Norfolk School of Gardening - a Spot of Horticultural Economics

Written by Ruth Darrah

Some surprising statistics from the world of economics and an update on the walled garden as bed planting develops.

read more 18/01/20
Flowers

Hello! with some January Bulbs

Written by Fran Phillips

La-di Dardy Flowers brings beautiful colours and scents into your home this chilly month with seasonal flowers you can grow in your own garden.

read more 17/01/20
The Gardening Year

Go, go go! Sow, sow, sow! No, no, No!

Written by Sara of Hawkwell Herbs

Don't jump the gun! Says Sara. Having the right conditions for your seeds and cuttings is more important!

read more 16/01/20