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Welcome to the CountryLife Gardening Blog, written by our horticulturists
to provide you with the best tips & advice for all things gardening! 

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Rosemary topiary
Aug 22, 2014 Train your rosemary plant into a topiary. Read more
Red Robin Care Tips
Aug 06, 2014 Jean has a few tips for you on how to care for your Red Robin Read more
Aster Care Tips
Jul 31, 2014 How to take care of Asters so they will last through the autumn. Read more
Gardening in August
Jul 31, 2014 Summer is coming to close so start preparing your garden for autumn. Read more
Hot weather tips
Jul 23, 2014 Gardening tips for the hot weather Read more
Hydrangea care tips
Jul 18, 2014 Hydrangeas are looking amazing this year & Jean has some super tips for you on how to care for them. Read more
Jul 15, 2014 Looking for some quirky additions to your garden? Plant succulents are easy to grow and we have tons of ideas for amazing succulent planters! Read more
July in the garden
Jul 02, 2014 July is the hottest month in the year so it's time to sit out in your garden and enjoy it. Don't forget to keep your plants watered and regularly check the weather forecast for blight warnings. Read more
June in the garden
Jun 04, 2014 In June your plants are getting more daylight than in any other month. This will encourage a burst of growth so your plants will need a lot of attention. Read more
May in the garden
Apr 30, 2014 It is time for bedding, planting, feeding and lawn mowing. It sounds like a lot to remember? Don't worry, we have listed all the jobs for you. Read more