No space to grow anything? Don’t know how or what to grow? No problem!
The Kew Gardener has everything you need to start you growing your own herbs and vegetables. You can easily and quickly get started even if you only have a window sill.
In the coming pages we will give examples of vegetables and herbs that you can grow yourself and explain what to do.
We will add a page where you can share your pictures and experiences too!
Acer ‘Osakazuki’ – this is my favourite of the Japanese Maples (Acers) turning this fantastic red colour in autumn. Stunning!
This plant is called Mind Your Own Business, Angel’s Tears, or botanically Soleirolia soleirolii.
Grow as a houseplant or outdoors. Keep on the damp side.
Imagine your patio with these amazing Olive trees! Instant Mediterranean feel and totally hardy in our winter. ☀️☀️☀️
Our fabulous houseplants (and me) enjoying some autumn sunshine!
Here come the pum per kins! (As my three year old daughter calls them 🙂 )
Put some colour in your garden with these gorgeous Cyclamen!!
Stunning Autumn Colour of Euonymus alatus.
The common name of this hardy garden shrub is ‘Burning Bush’ and you can see why. Native of China, Japan and Korea.
We ❤️ Orangutans…
in the region of 90% of Borneo’s rainforest has been destroyed in the last few decades. Much of it has been replaced by Palm Oil plantations.
Please consider supporting International Animal Rescue and their efforts to protect the Orangutan and the forests in which they live.
Mauritius, where I worked on the conservation of rare plants, has 670 species of flowering plants. 315 of those are ‘endemic’. That means they only grow in Mauritius, and nowhere else. 50 of them are known from 10 individual plants or less!
This stunningly beautiful Day Gecko lives amongst these plants.
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