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  1. Bee-attracting blooms

    Bee-attracting blooms
    The decline of the world's bee population is sobering, not only as it's part of an overall decline of pollinating insects, but because it has the potential to affect our food. Bees are needed to pollinate many edible crops and help produce about a third of our food. They are also needed to pollinate many crops that produce seeds for cultivation...
  2. 11 edible flowers

    11 edible flowers
    From snapdragon to stock, a sprinkling of edible flowers will transform your next meal from every day to gourmet. Here are 11 of our favourite flowers to feast on.   Daisy Bellis perennis Create a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds with daisies. The subtle-tasting petals make a lovely garnish for savoury dishes, like sandwiches, soups and salads. For...
  3. Trailing Plants

    Trailing Plants
    Trailing plants combine function with beauty. They cascade over an edge, spread across the ground or tumble from a pot or hanging basket, softening hard edges and adding colour and texture. Without the softening touch of a trailing plant, garden edges, paths, the sides of steps and many containers could look stark and bare. As well as softening the scene...
  4. Border and Edging Plants

    Border and Edging Plants
    Plants growing beside paths and steps serve the same role in the garden that cushions do on the living room sofa. They soften hash lines, introduce colour and texture and also offer a welcome to visitors.

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