About The American Smoke Tree
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This outstanding tree which is rare in its native US habitat is even rarer in cultivation as it is so damned hard to propagate. It can be found growing wild in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Alabama and Tenessee. about The American Smoke Tree ..read more
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About NEW ZEALAND WIND GRASS
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Anemanthele lessoniana Syn. Stipa arundinacea is a superb ornamental grass increasingly being adopted by the landscape trade for its visual interest in a massed planting. We're just as happy to include one or two in a perennial border for its textural effects and colours. about NEW ZEALAND WIND GRASS ..read more
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About Cutting Back Salvias
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4M ago
Lambley Nursery gets lots of questions from customers about cutting back plants to get the best out of them. It is hard to generalise as we treat different plants in different ways. Take Salvias for example ..read more
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About New Plant Breeding
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4M ago
A couple of years ago the gardening world in the UK, Europe and America was bewitched by these new plants, the result of some brilliant hybridising across genera by the venerable old English company Thompson and Morgan ..read more
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About Shibazakura (Moss Phlox) Gardens of Japan
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4M ago
Easy to grow they just want a sunny spot with a little summer watering. Frost hardy to minus 15C they are suited to all Australian growing regions given their few needs are attended to. about Shibazakura (Moss Phlox) Gardens of Japan ..read more
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About Brussel sprout seedlings
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4M ago
I’ve been picking Brussel sprouts for a month or so now and my one row will provide regular feasts of solid hearted sprouts well into September ..read more
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About Lambley History at 'Burnside', Ascot
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Thirty two years ago Criss and I were living in the Dandenong Ranges on the outskirts of Melbourne. These hills can best be described as temperate rainforests with towering mountain ash, Eucalyptus regnans, being the dominant tree. This Eucalypt is the tallest growing hardwood and the tallest growing flowering plant in the world. about Lambley History at 'Burnside', Ascot ..read more
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