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Gardening in Spain – Bougainvillea

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Bougainvillea are a fast growing thorny ornamental vine, bush or tree, with a plethora of abundant flowers. Living on the Costa Blanca in a temperate...

Gardening: Honeysuckle

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THE fragrance of a the sweeping growth or standard tree of Honeysuckle is something to be desired for all - with the sweet taste...

Roses: The most identified symbol of Love.

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Roses are one of the most fragrant and loved flowers in the garden - whether it is floribunda or hybrid tea - and a...

GARDENING WORKSHOP: Plumbago

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Plumbago, also know as Cape Leadwort, Blue Plumbago and Cape Plumbago, originated from India and South East Asia, where it is widely used as...

How To Have The Healthiest Lawn In The Neighborhood?

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If you’re tired of thinking that your lawn is a sorry sight, there are things you can do to make it the talk of...

Xylella fastidiosa killing millions of plants in Spain

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Andrew Atkinson talks to Felix Albaladejo (pictured) proprietor of Garden Felix in Los Montesinos about plant invasive species and pests diseases, ahead of the...

Aliens do exist – but in Los Montesinos?

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British astronaut Dr Helen Sharman, who went into space 28 years ago, has revealed ALIENS do exist: “Aliens exist -there’s no two ways about...

Cactus – Cardón – derived from Spanish cardo ‘thistle’

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SPAIN is renowned for its plethora of cactus varieties - including the Pachycereus Pringlet - that can grow up to 21 feet.  Known as...

GARDENING WORKSHOPS IN MOJÁCAR SCHOOL

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Mojácar Council and the Town’s Bartolomé Flores School have organized Gardening Workshops and a School Garden for both the students and their teachers. The greenhouse...

DISEASED PINES REMOVED FROM SIERRA DE ORIHUELA

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The Councilor for the Environment, Miguel Angel Fernandez, said that work had begun last Thursday on the removal of both dead pine trees and...

TRANSFORMATION INTO A LITTLE BIT OF PARADISE

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The Vega Baja Garden Club’s meeting earlier in December was crowned by a presentation given by Anna Gevers and Jacqui Ford about Jacqui’s garden...