Greig, Heather
May 2002
Garden;May2002, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p402
Announces gardening-related events in Great Britain. Enchanting garden in a quarry; More free gardening advice; Get set for Gardeners' World; Best show of the year; Tatton Park themes; Order show catalogues; From Brazil to Hampton Court; Cumbria's garden festival; Poppies, meadows and more; High on a Yorkshire hillside; Help with hanging baskets; Discover candelabra primulas; Highlighting hostas; Jewel in the New Forest; Wisley's first music festival; Garden design study day at Cabbages & Kings; Perennial pleasures; Successful silk-painting; Results with rhododendrons; The garden as an art form; Wildlife Trust gardeners' fair; National Gardens Scheme celebration; Wiltshire flower garden; A woodland garden in summer; Inspirational garden festival at Westonbirt; Invitation to Pershore College; Fuchsia and palargonium events; Courson show; Tour of Larchfield walled garden; Belgium's garden events; Freising fair.


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