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Here are the top ten articles for the English Garden Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. How to make a perfect English cup of tea
All you need to know to make a delicious cup of English tea to drink in your English Garden

2. Climbing Roses for shade.
Climbing roses that will grow in a shady spot to help you create that English Garden country look.

3. Top Ten English Garden Plants.
The top ten plants you must have to create an English garden

4. Climbing Sweet Peas
The Sweet pea has been a firm favourite in English Gardens for over 200 years.It has beautiful clours and delicious scent and is easy to grow.

5. Planning an English Garden Border
Five top tips on how to get started creating a classic English garden border.

6. Lupins
Growing lupins in an English Garden - with their lovely pea-like blooms and delicate scent - they look best planted in large groups.

7. Old fashioned Roses.
Traditional roses for scrambling through trees and over arches - all delightfully scented.

8. Dwarf Sweet Peas
Limited for space - then try this English Garden favourite in your containers and pots

9. Climbing Vegetables
Using trailing and climbing vegetables in your English Garden for a great summer display and delicious veggies too!

10. Winter aconites
Grow Winter Aconites in your English Garden for late winter flowers.



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