Posts made in March, 2016

Wildlife in the Garden

Posted by on Mar 12, 2016 in Hertfordshire, Insects, Places to visit | 0 comments

We are often asked about how to attract wildlife into your gardens, be it birds to watch – having taken part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, I know how interesting this can be – or to encourage beneficial insects such as bees and butterflies. Having climbing plants in the garden is a great opportunity for wildlife, particularly for birds to roost and nest. You can plant climbers up any vertical space like a wall or fence, even a structure like a pergola. If you chose a climber with flowers, i.e. clematis or rose, you will also attract bees. With planning in your garden, you can have...

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Featured Garden – Bennington Lordship

Posted by on Mar 12, 2016 in Gardens, Hertfordshire, Open Gardens, Places to visit | 0 comments

Bennington Lordship: Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG2 7BS (08701)261709 This is their most popular event when the gardens are carpeted in a spectacular display of snowdrops around the remains of the Norman Castle and surrounding moat. Hellebores, Aconites and winter flowering shrubs are also in flower, as well as the coloured stems of Acers, Cornus and Willow around the lakes. A collection of rare and unusual Snowdrops has been built up over the years many of which can be found growing in the borders & a labelled collection of 200 varieties is kept in and around the walled Kitchen...

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News Article on Lantra

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Carolines Blog | Comments Off on News Article on Lantra

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