Added by on 2018-04-07

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Living in the driest part of the UK I wanted to show you some of the drought tolerant plants growing in my front garden here in Suffolk, and plants that we may need to start looking towards for future gardens. Heres a BBC article talking about how climate change will could affect our gardens; https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwimldzvkZfUAhVmLcAKHeeXDmkQFggtMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbc.co.uk%2Fnews%2Fscience-environment-39710313&usg=AFQjCNF68TDh1u718l7dOq4e-6sGYGvj4w&sig2=_Q1DZ641tTmJ33OviCN5NA Video Rating: / 5

9 Comments

  • Leon Callaby 8 months ago

    Climate change what a crock of chit

  • Kimmys Kitchen and Garden 8 months ago

    Also,,, wouldn't want to kick a ball in your garden 😮 lol

  • Kimmys Kitchen and Garden 8 months ago

    My French lavender always dies 🙁 you garden is so nice … Bird of Paradise in the UK :O Lovely

  • Faith Chi 8 months ago

    You have a pretty front-garden. Greetings from neighbouring Norfolk, a fellow succulent-fan.

  • yorkitea 8 months ago

    GoTropicalUK could you do a orange tree update please and other citrus you have

  • Danial Mehmood 8 months ago

    What are the best tropical plants to grow outside in the East Midlands

  • Petals on the Paving Slabs 8 months ago

    ooh, that quince is gorgeous! Thanks for showing us, really enjoyed watching this.

  • ClaimhSolais 8 months ago

    That's an amazing landscape you got there friend! You could also try to grow some oregano, it's a lovely drought friendly plant, plus its great as a food resource!

  • Astro Scope 8 months ago

    Praise the lord most high. Prickly Pear??? Is it uk hardy? Whatvwasbthebtaste like and how long does it take to grow?

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