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Is a north-facing garden bad for plants? Adam Frost shares why it isn't always 'negative'

Life & StyleIs a north-facing garden bad for plants? Adam Frost shares why it isn't always 'negative'


North facing gardeners are often avoided by those who want to fill their green space with flourishing blooms and plants.

This is because north-facing gardens are typically in shade for much of the day, as the house is usually blocking the sun.

The Gardeners’ World host admitted, “some people will think this is a negative”.

However, this is not necessarily the case, and in fact, plenty of plants can grow happily in a north-facing garden.

Mr Frost said: “I think the first thing you need to do when you take on a new garden is put the brakes on the excitement and understand what you’ve got.

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