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Climate Change help from RHS

24. August 2009

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The Royal Horticultural Society as the UK’s leading gardening charity has embraced the issues facing gardeners as a result of climate change. It provides excellent climate change information pages on its web-site with advice about the issues our gardens are facing – both now and in the long term future. http://www.rhs.org.uk/climate/index.asp On 6th September RHS […]

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RHS Hampton Court Show highlights Global Gardening

7. July 2009

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Today is the first day of the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and gardeners all over the country will be heading to the Palace grounds for 6 days of  horticultural fever. Good news that temperatures are now a comfortable 20c. Still plenty of sunshine around and most importantly we are having lots of lovely rain […]

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RHS green energy at Hampton Court

2. July 2009

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RHS green energy at Hampton Court

Great to hear that the RHS is creating a major Garden Energy feature, the first of its kind in the UK, to illustrate the impact of climate change on the garden, from 1950 to 2050, and how to ameliorate its effects. The RHS commissioned Sarah Eberle to create the design at the 2009 Hampton Court […]

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Chelsea Shows its environmental + social conscience

19. May 2009

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Chelsea Shows its environmental + social conscience

Its that time of year again – the gardening community is buzzing with news and views about : The Greatest Flower Show on Earth – The RHS Chelsea Flower Show http://www.rhs.org.uk/whatson/shows/chelsea2009/ This year Chelsea takes place between 19th -23rd May in a very different climate compared to last year’s extravaganza. Despite the economic cloud that […]

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RHS and Climate Change Gardening

5. May 2009

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The Royal Horticultural Society is one of the world’s leading horticultural organisations and the UK’s main gardening charity. Their mission is to demonstrate excellence in horticulture and to promote gardening. They exist to  provide advice, knowledge, skills and services to all who possess an interest in gardening and horticulture. The RHS  educates gardeners about the effects of climate […]

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