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LEONIE CORNELIUS & FRIENDS

Category Irish Mail on Sunday

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The colour of our Boglands

There are not many plants that are as rewarding all year round as the Winter flowering Heather. Here in Ireland we have quite a few varieties of Heather growing wild in our boglands and mountains. The latin name for Heathers is actually Erica and they are related to other acid loving plants such as Azaleas and Rhododendrons. The fact that most species like a more acidic type of soil means

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Striking Tulip

I am absolutely delighted to welcome you to my new weekly column here at the Irish Mail on Sunday. My page aims to be an interesting collection of inspiring stories, all about planting, garden design and all things creative. Each week I will outline a different plant, explore a fascinating event or place and give tips on products and materials. If you want to ask me a garden design based

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