Monthly Archives: June 2012

Thoughts on planting combinations at Floriade 2012

Following on from my previous post about Floriade 2012 I thought I would share some of the planting ideas that I encountered there. As I commented earlier, such a season long show allows designers to experiment with different uses of … Continue reading

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Garden Moods from Planting Design

Floriade 2012 – the mid summer review A garden show such as the Floriade which runs all summer gives its designers the opportunity to try out different planting ideas. During my first visit it was tulips that dominated and created … Continue reading

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A Dutch Flower Show to Know

Bingerden If gardening in England you go to the Chelsea Flower Show or one of the regional events organised by the Royal Horticultural Society. If you are french, Courson is the place to be and be seen, in Belgium that … Continue reading

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