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HOT COLOURS BURN-OUT?
Is the trend for hot colours on the verge of waning? Although soft colours have been in my palette since I started, I have used hot colours where appropriate for the jolt-in-the-heart excitement they bring.

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MARCH CUT DOWN TO SIZE
Many shrubs need a good cutting down in March to either induce them to produce new growth for flowering or to keep them compact in habit. Some, like the Cornus alba varieties, need it to produce the bright stems for the next winter season.

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THE IMPACT OF A CONSERVATORY
I went to see another garden where a newly-built conservatory had created an awkward area surrounding it. A very common situation. The reason is a paradox. When deciding on the conservatory, this area outside is not thought about except in terms of outside dimensions.

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SNOW THE UNIFIER
After the fall of snow and my garden was covered with an eiderdown of white, it was confirmed to me how important structure is in a garden. Mine is composed of interlocking shapes that create planting beds that billow in summer with leaf and flower that ruffle up the edges of the lines.

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Snow The Unifier
After the fall of snow and my garden was covered with an eiderdown of white, it was confirmed to me how important structure is in a garden.
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