Alan Titchmarsh warns of risk to root bound plants – ‘they can starve!'

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Alan Titchmarsh warns of risk to root bound plants – ‘they can starve!'

Mosses and ferns, including a Blechnum, were planted in the shaded areas of the garden.  Explaining how ferns reproduce, Alan explained: “They don’

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Mosses and ferns, including a Blechnum, were planted in the shaded areas of the garden.  

Explaining how ferns reproduce, Alan explained: “They don’t grow from seeds, they grow from spores.” 

In another shaded spot Katie Rushworth planted dwarf Rhododendrons and Leucojums, also known as the summer snowflake.

Phillipa was keen for her son to learn about growing fresh produce so David Domoney created some window boxes to grow vegetables.



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