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When it comes to numbers in plant names, it is accepted practice to use Latin numeric descriptors if the thing your counting is described in Latin, however there's always an exception.
It was a bitter Winter that welcomed us into the new year and, while beautiful at times, I suspect we all dreamed of getting away to somewhere warmer and more inviting.
As most of you know, here at Hardy’s we’re all about the plants and the 100% peat-free media you can grow them in. However, this year saw us make an exception for brilliant company, ‘Metal In Bloom'
Here at Hardy’s we’re always looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint, promote sustainability and be more planet friendly. Since January 2023, we’ve made a few changes to the way we do things
Christmas 2023 - last dates for orders by post and courier
Rosy demonstrates how to lay out a cottage garden border, full of herbaceous perennials, which will provide winter interest
Boy it's been HOT ! We humans and our plants have all been suffering in this heat so we thought that now is the perfect time to share some of our top tips to help you and your plants survive
Rosy looks at some of the perennials which can be used as cut flowers.
Vermiculite is widely used by professional and recreational gardeners. Our concerns over vermiculite's lack of sustainability, environmental and health impacts have led us to reconsider our use
The 2023 show season has come to an end, but what a year it has been! Here's a summary of our achievements
From 2024, amateur gardeners in England and Wales will no longer be able to buy peat based compost and growing media. Rosy explains
Rob Hardy has quietly been encouraging new plants people into the world of flower shows and discusses some of the people who have taken up the challenge.
On days when it is warm and dry and the lawn has not become sodden, you can repair and improve patchy lawns in a few easy steps.
In order to make understanding and identifying these plants easier, taxonomists have begun to separate the genus Aster into separate groups that are more closely related.
Rosy walks you through how she takes cuttings from Dahlias
Keep flowers in your garden until October with Rosy's favourite long flowering summer perennials
In her latest video Rosy look at 7 perennials that are easy to grow in shade.
As we celebrated our pearl anniversary, that is our 30th year, exhibiting at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, we were delighted to be awarded another gold medal in the Floral Marquee.