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With the kumquats, the Bitter orange, or Seville orange, is the hardiest of decorative citrus trees, beautiful dark green leaves transforming into Christmas trees covered with orange fruit from...

I hope everyone has enjoyed the long sunny spell as much as I have, but I am so grateful for the rain! The mild weather is providing ideal conditions to be out working in the garden and...

New for 2015 here is the first in an occasional series of articles on the many different varieties of fruit it is possible to grow in the south of Portugal.

The Japanese persimmon is a...

The landscape at this time of year experiences a sort of lull. The rapid greening of the first rains has commenced and will continue its gradual unfolding. The autumn bulbs have done their thing...

And lo, it came to pass that the rain has arrived to soak the parched land and the gardener rushes forth to work the soil, battle the oxalis – and distribute the plants in pots around the garden...

Gardeners, if they are serious about the subject, spend quite a lot of time thinking about the future. It is one of the most beautiful and frustrating aspects of planning a garden. We’re not just...

Algarve Resident gardening columnist Rosie Peddle is holding an Open Garden Weekend/Plant Sale at her home in Quinta das Sesmarias, Moncarapacho, on December 6 and 7 from 11am to 4pm.

If...

Thank you to everyone who came along to support our sixth Mediterranean Garden Fair on November 1. What an amazing day we had and thank goodness we had sunshine. Many of those attending remembered...

One of my prevalent interests as a Mediterranean-climate gardener, as you may have begun to notice, is seasonality in the landscape – how to better highlight and celebrate the changing seasons in...

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