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  1. Waterlogged lawns - what to do to reduce the risk

    Waterlogged lawns - what to do to reduce the risk

    Waterlogged lawns seem to be common where I live, at this time of year, and it is a mess and puts me off going into the garden. If it’s the... Read More
  2. Poke bowl recipe; marinated tuna with buckwheat and pickled ginger

    Poke bowl recipe; marinated tuna with buckwheat and pickled ginger

      https://youtu.be/TZzg8FtcHLo Once there were sushi bowls. And then there were poke bowls. And now? Now, pretty much anything goes. A favourite fast food in Hawaii, the poke bowl features... Read More
  3. Take cuttings from roots now and grow new plants!

    Take cuttings from roots now and grow new plants!

    Cuttings from roots, taken now and until about March, can provide fresh new plants for the summer. It’s an indoor/outdoor job that makes spring feel a little nearer, helps lift... Read More
  4. Whatever the location, rattan furniture could be just the answer

    Rattan furniture really is very versatile and might suit any location you have in mind. Yes, it’s great in the garden and in the conservatory but it’s also perfectly at... Read More
  5. Let the beauty of bark stop you in your tracks this winter

    Bark, the protective layer of trees’ stems and roots, is one of those things that’s easy to take for granted. At this time of year, though, gardens and parks are... Read More
  6. Five ways to unwind, boost your mood and keep the blues away

    Five ways to unwind, boost your mood and keep the blues away

    It’s not unusual to feel a bit down, a bit low in mood, at this time of year. Christmas is disappearing in the rear view mirror, the holidays are over... Read More
  7. Mulching - how to suppress weeds and make lovely, warm, moist soil

    Mulching means putting down a nice thick blanket of compost or other material on top of the soil in spring or autumn. It’s great at keeping weeds down. It keeps... Read More
  8. The best Lebanese falafel recipe ever

    The best Lebanese falafel recipe ever

    With the vegan boom, falafel have become more popular than ever, but they don’t always capture the true taste and texture of the Lebanese staple. Different cuisines all have their... Read More
  9. How to sow sweet peas for bunches of scented flowers in summer

    How to sow sweet peas for bunches of scented flowers in summer

    Sweet peas can transform your garden into a scented and wonderfully coloured haven. Sowing and growing them can be as complicated or as simple as you like, and it’s a... Read More
  10. Winter prune ‘standard’ fruit trees: how to do it!

    Winter prune ‘standard’ fruit trees: how to do it!

    Apple and pear trees are dormant in winter so now is the time to prune them.  It is a cold and satisfying task – wrap up warm – for which... Read More
  11. How to care for your rattan garden furniture, come rain or shine

    How to care for your rattan garden furniture, come rain or shine

    Should I Leave My Rattan Furniture Inside, Or Out? – A Guide Rattan garden furniture is great for outdoors and, luckily, it’s very simple and quick to care for. With... Read More
  12. Renovate and prune: hedges, shrubs, ivy and vines

    Renovate and prune: hedges, shrubs, ivy and vines

    Winter has a sharp knack of showing up parts of my garden where action is needed. None more so than the hedge and long loved shrubs. Their bare branches show... Read More

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