Shrubs and Lawn care Tips

English Garden
English Gardens use shrubs as backgrounds to set off perennials or as features in their own right. Plus, how to get the best out of your lawn

Boxwood star
Boxwood is a traditional shrub for English gardens.

Camellias star
Camellias bloom all through the spring and make a delightful back drop to your English Garden.

English Garden Container shrubs star
Tips on using shrubs in containers to create an English Garden.

English Hawthorn star
English Hawthorn will encourage birds and moths into your garden but be careful if you sit under a hawthorn on May day the fairies might spirit you away!

English Lavender star
English Lavender is a small shrub that is the traditional flower of Feminine luck, worn by brides, maidens and women of all ages.

Forsythia star
An early spring flowering shrub that is very easy to grow

Holly star
English Holly, a well known Yuletide decoration, is easy to grow in the garden

Lawn Care Tips star
Tips on how to get the best results for your lawn

Lilac star
How to grow and maintain these fragrant shrubs

Mistletoe star
Mistletoe is a fun Christmas tradition

Pink Hydrangea star
English Garden Shrub Jigsaw Puzzle - try this just for fun!

Potentilla or Cinquefoil star
A very easy-to-grow small shrub for an English Garden.

Rosemary star
Since Shakespeare’s time rosemary has been used as lovely fragrant low hedge (2-3ft or 60 -90cm) and is an ideal border for a rose garden.

Scented Shrubs for an English Garden star
A selection of small growing fragrant shrubs to create scent in your English Garden

Shrubs to grow in containers star
A shrub in a tub gives instant depth and maturity to your English Garden container display - find out which are the best to grow

Shrubs with colorful berries star
Shrubs with berries add color and attract wildlife to your garden.

Spring Flowering Shrubs star
A selection of shrubs that flower in spring.

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