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  • Annuals and Biennials

    Annuals and biennials both have limited life spans as plants. Annuals are plants which live for one year and most of them flower in the first three to four months from the time of sowing. Annuals are divided into two groups...

  • Bamboo

    Quick growing bamboo is excellent for screens. Bamboo needs little attention although it is so vigorous that you will need to keep bamboo under control with some DIY skills. There are two types of bamboo – running bamboo...

  • Bonsai trees

    Find out how to cultivate and care for all kinds of fantastic bonsai trees with this great bonsai gardening advice from LifeStyle HOME. Get tips on cutting and seeding bonsai trees and information on popular bonsai trees...

  • Bulbs

    There are many different kinds of bulbs which grow in your garden. Flowering bulbs are a great way to bring colour to your garden. Bulbs are best planted in bold clumps to achieve the best affect. We have a range of information...

  • Cacti and Succulents

    Cacti and succulents make ideal pot plants for a sunny windowsill, balcony or patio. Cacti and succulents are easy to grow and need very little attention. Cacti and succulents are also great plants for dry and humid climates....

  • Climbers and Creepers

    Climbers and creepers is a group of plants or vines which need support of some kind in your garden. Because climbers and creepers grow vertically in the garden they are great space savers and can be used to provide masses...

  • Epiphytes

    Epiphytes (or air plants) are plants which grow on other plants, such as a tree, or sometimes upon some other object such as a building. Common epiphytes include mosses,...

  • Ferns, Palms and Cycads

    Ferns, palms and cycads look similar thanks to their elegantly arranged, fan-like leaves. Ferns, palms and cycads can all often be found in tropical garden designs and love warm climates. Palms are evergreen flowering plants...

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