A walk on the wild side

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Ali Rochford The New Perennial movement, where gardeners eschew formal planting to take their cues from the natural landscape, is a style growing in popularity

If there is a shrub you have been thinking about moving, it can be done now, if the soil is not too wet. Be sure to retain as big a rootball as possible, enrich the planting hole with compost and grit to aid drainage if necessary. Hardwood cuttings can also be taken now – more about that next week.

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