Guest Blogger

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Guest Blogger

Blog posts from friends of Richard Jackson's Garden.

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My Flower Power Story

Posted on in Advice and Tips

Expert gardener Martin Fish has been working in the garden industry for more than forty years. He has been using Richard’s Flower Power plant food in his garden on a wide range of flowers, fruit and vegetables

Five great hellebores

Posted on in Plants

The hellebore is a fabulous winter garden stalwart. Specialist nurseryman John Massey chooses five of his favourites

apple tarte tatin

Apple tarte tatin

Posted on in Freshly Picked Recipe

Apples are starting to ripen in the orchards and gardens, so make the most of your apple harvest with this easy to make tarte tatin recipe from Lubera.

My Flower Power Story – keen amateurs

Posted on in Garden Inspiration

Putting Flower Power into the hands of keen amateur gardeners helps to see the results helps to show what a difference it can make. Last summer we asked some keen amateur gardeners to try Flower Power for the first time.

Five great azaleas

Posted on in Plants

When in flower in spring, azaleas are simply stunning, literally covered all over with vibrant and beautiful blooms. Here are five great azaleas recommended by Peter Chapman from Perryhill Nurseries.

Five great hepaticas

Posted on in Plants, Uncategorised

When it comes to early spring flowers, Hepaticas are among the most beautiful. On bright sunny days their flowers open wide to display their simple beauty and unobtrusive charm.

Five great crocus

Posted on in Plants

Crocuses are sometimes underrated garden gems, bringing a welcome splash of colour to gardens, heralding the end of winter and the start of the much-awaited longer days and warmer weather ahead.

The stunning Begonia 'Apricot Shades'

Begonia ‘Apricot Shades’

Posted on in Plants

Don’t miss your chance to grow Begonia ‘Apricot Shades’, it’s the most popular plant ever sold on QVC.

Five great winter stem dogwoods

Posted on in Plants

Adding colour and interest into your garden doesn’t just mean you need lots of flowers. Here are five great winter stemmed dogwoods for your garden.

Five great birches

Posted on in Plants

Birches are one of the most attractive trees for our garden, but if you thought that they all had silver or white bark, you are very much mistaken