Our gardening agony aunt answers your questions. This week: prevents black spot and infected roses and a sprouting fuchsia
Thousands of popular British plant varieties could be banned from garden centres under European proposals which horticulturalists fear will smother the plant trade in bureaucracy.
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Helen Yemm solves your gardening problems. This week: renovating an old rose and growing lily of the valley for a wedding.
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Helen Yemm answers your questions. This week: an audience at the Telegraph, growing kitchen herbs in the garden and raining acorns
Our gardening agony aunt, Helen Yemm, solves your gardening problems. This time: a clematis in pots and moving autumn crocuses
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