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Met Office highlights Climate Change at Hampton Court

7. July 2008

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The Met Office have published the following key facts about climate change and gardening . These support everything that I talk about on this blog and at http://www.globalgardening.org Faster: UK gardeners cut their lawns almost two weeks earlier than they did in 2001. Slower: The yield of fruit trees is reduced when the buds fail […]

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Global Chelsea

23. May 2008

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The Chelsea Flower Show may take place in London but it receives visitors and media coverage from all around the world. It is an international event that sows seeds of inspiration for the global horticultural scene. Climate change in the garden is certainly one of the key issues that concerns gardeners wherever they may live. […]

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Chelsea Flower Show – Green Gardens

22. May 2008

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The greenest gardens and exhibitors at the Chelsea Flower Show for me are those that use planting ideas based around the changing climate with its rising temperatures and unpredictable rainfall. An exhibit that captures this concept extremely well was created by the University of East Anglia where I used to be a student. UEA has […]

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