Brian Minter: The wildflowers of Switzerland are breathtaking

It’s always fascinating to visit the natural habitat of plants to discover their origins and how they perform in varying conditions. It also gives you an idea how they can adapt to our own gardens. I just returned from a trip to the alpine regions of Switzerland and Northern Italy … the timing was perfect to see a full flush of alpine colour at elevations between 7,000 and 10,000 feet. The heat wave in Europe had pushed many normally late bloomers to flower earlier than usual. Read More
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Author: Mary Bromley

I am an herb garden enthusiast and author. I have spent much of my time on writing & teaching others about herbs and the wonders of gardening. I enjoy writing articles about my garden. I have been maintaining a great garden of my own that attracts the attention of various household magazines and television channels. I am also a member of the Institute of Horticulture and Association of Professional Landscape Designers. I have an own Herb Gardening Site, a resource of herb garden information for enthusiasts. Now I am sharing my gardening tips and gardening advice on the Internet with the hope that more people will be able to have their own blooming garden. I hope they'll be useful. Enjoy!

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