From Britain in Bloom to Scotland’s Garden Scheme
It’s been a funny old year on the website, with a mix of old favourites and new posts being the most popular with readers. Here are numbers 10 to six – tomorrow you’ll see the top five and the year’s most-read post.
Concentrating on the finalists for the RHS’s 2019 Britain in Bloom competition, with links to the winners and Northumbria in Bloom posts.
This one first appeared on December 19, 2017 and it’s been in the top 10 ever since. It’s a very popular plant!
It’s fair to say this post has attracted more readers the closer we get (or don’t) to Brexit. Initially written in 2018, it was updated on July 4 this year. Expect an update soon, as these rules are bound to change.
David Austin’s new roses are always popular and this year’s announcements, Eustacia Vye and Gabriel Oak were no exception.
A new entry into the top 10 and a very welcome one, highlighting the best of Scotland’s gardens.
Watch out tomorrow for the top 5 posts of the year.