CAT gardens in winter (photos)

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While the winter in Wales hasn’t so far shown its teeth, the gardens are notably more monochromatic. Here we point out a couple of interesting plants…

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The string plant, as it is usefully known, provides a handy alternative to garden twine. Its leaves split into long, durable strands, so you’re never without string when you need it!

Lemonbalm, which grows well in the British climate, makes great tea. Used medicinally, it can enhance memory, ease headaches and prevent flatulence.