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SOMETIMES it's difficult to decide whether or not to chop off seedheads to collect their precious cargo or to enjoy them in the garden and appreciate the way they change, gradually los .

Often they create new textures....................................................................... Wandering around the brick garden - so called because its paths are made of brick - there is .

It is a herbaceous clematis as opposed to a climber. In spring, it sends up a clump of straight stems clothed in richly coloured leaves, like deep purple velvet. In June and July clouds of small, creamy flowers are borne at the top of metre-high s .

Do I leave them to decorate the garden or take them off tO SAVE their seeds? Eventually the others .

MANY herbaceous .

This is a group of plants which, even though its popularity has increas .

Last Wednesday, I was sent to Coventry (I've always wanted to write that) to visit Avondale Nursery (avondalenursery .co.uk) at Baginton, where Brian Ellis .

There is a native Sanguisorba officinalis, or great burnet, that we went to film among in a nearby meadow. We vis .

My favourite was .

Tune into Gardeners' World on Friday, September .........................................

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