Liz Knowles has been gardening in the Hockley Valley for more than 25 years.
Each season in the garden is filled with anticipation and regret. Late summer is no exception. By Liz Knowles
Despite the rain and wind, clematis, water lilies and primrose are thriving in July. By Liz Knowles
Allium, clematis, orchids, peonies: in June the garden is full of colour and wonderful plant combinations! By Liz Knowles
May is busting out all over and Liz Knowles is racing to keep up!
In this perplexing spring, daphnes appear on time. And others? Well, there are a few surprises.
Liz Knowles pays tribute to the unsung early bloomers: lilies and hellebores.
Snowdrops are another one of my passions. There is no better harbinger of spring. By Liz Knowles
GARDENING AT LARKSPUR HOLLOW — A relatively mild winter and this week’s record breaking temperatures have brought everything on in the garden in a rush. By Liz Knowles
Hockley Valley gardener Liz Knowles offers the following advice for making the most of your own greenhouse.
Before June’s big show, spring’s late bloomers provide a dazzling warm-up act.