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Telegraph-Phlox600 I have a piece in Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper today... on recent developments in border phlox (Phlox paniculata). You can read it here.

You can read my piece about the new plants at the Chelsea Flower Show here. And see my full list of all the new plants unveiled at Chelsea here.

And my profile of the most influential writer on vegetables of our times - Joy Larkcom - is also  available online. You can read it here.

You can also read my choice of the Top Ten New Perennials selected for the Daily Telegraph here. Be sure to click on the In Pictures: Top 10 new perennials link at the top of the page to see a slide show of all ten of my picks.

You can also read my previous article on Clematis cirrhosa here

And my piece for the Telegraph on hellebores here

And my piece for them on winter arums here

And my piece for them on bergenias here

And my piece on winter flowering pansies here

And another piece, on growing your own mistletoe, here

The Daily Telegraph is one of Britain's best-selling daily newspapers and winner of the 2007 Garden Media Guild award for the Gardening Newspaper of the Year.

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Martha/All the Dirt on Gardening

Thanks for the great links.

Matron

Could you direct me to a website which describes these hardiness 'zones' that American gardeners refer to? It's not widely known here in the UK

Graham Rice

There's a hardiness zone map here: http://www.usna.usda.gov/Hardzone/ushzmap.html
Click on any area of he map to enlarge it. And there are also maps on the endpapers of my RHS Encyclopedia of Perennials. Most of Britrain is in Zone 8

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