Our plant of the week, fritillaria meleagris (also known as snake’s head fritillary, guinea flower or chequer lily) is a striking wild flower native to Britain. But who would have thought that this small, purple Spring flower would have so much in common with a 160kg giant panda? Here are three reasons why:
Now that November has been remarketed Movember by men with moustaches, we’re pushing for January to be taken over by people who want their plants to be comfortable. Welcome to Janua-RE-pot!