Create a wildlife-friendly garden and make a valuable contribution towards conserving Dorset’s wildlife. Making our gardens wildlife-friendly can help to form a vital patchwork linking urban areas with the wider countryside. Garden acreage is at least five times that of all the nature reserves and national parks put together. Climate change is a real threat…
The Dorset Trust is running it’s Wildlife Friendly Garden competition again this year. Hurry up end get your entry in! Find out all about it HERE
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So, what is the difference and which is better? Primroses generally have single stems each with one flower on top and many of them. Polyanthus have just a few large stems each with a cluster of flowers on top. The picture shows Polyanthus, they tend to flower a little later and are just a little…
There’s still time to get shrubs pruned before they burst into leaf. Most shrubs respond best to careful pruning rather than an all over clipping, done correctly you’ll get more flowers and the whole plant will be healthier.
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Primroses, the hybrid kind, so cheerful during the last throes of Winter