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Burbage florist Julia Russett chosen to compete at the Chelsea Flower Show

Written by Tony Millett on .

Burbage florist Julia Russett chosen to compete at the Chelsea Flower Show

Julia Russett, the owner of Robins Flowers in Burbage, was one of only 16 floral designers chosen to compete in her class at the Chelsea Flower Show. Her design was displayed in the Floral Design Studio, which showcases some of the country’s best, most creative and technically accomplished floral designers.

Julia’s

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Waitrose’s Grow and Sell learning project for children is given Alan Titchmarsh’s own accolade

Written by Gerald Isaaman on .

Waitrose’s Grow and Sell learning project for children is given Alan Titchmarsh’s own accolade

Alan Titchmarsh, the nation’s favourite gardener, who has been working to raise the profile of British horticulture and agriculture, has given his support to the re-launching of Waitrose’s Grow and Sell project.

It is aimed at encouraging children to grow their own produce, especially as the Spring sunshine arrives, and

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Green-fingered children get involved in a blooming good idea to help bees

Written by Peter Davison on .

Green-fingered children get involved in a blooming good idea to help bees

Sunflowers grown from seed by primary school children will soon be planted in Marlborough's Priory Gardens, in a bid to save the ailing bee population.

Children from St Mary's infant school and St Peter's junior school have been growing sunflowers from seeds and compost donated by Tesco.

And this morning

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