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  1. Chewy Halloween monster cookies

    Chewy Halloween monster cookies

    These simple to make cookies are ideal for Halloween, made in a range of bright colours and decorated with sugar eyes. Use professional grade food pastes or gels if you... Read More
  2. Tidy up your garden and patio – prepare for winter!

    Tidy up your garden and patio – prepare for winter!

    A cold and windy week has made it clear that my garden needs a tidy up. Wherever you live, and whatever the weather you have enjoyed (or endured) lately, and... Read More
  3. Five things you can do in a day bed!

    A day bed is comfortable and relaxing. Strangely, perhaps, it has a private air to it as it usually has sides and a back. Not quite a bed and not... Read More
  4. Plant paperwhite narcissi bulbs now to be in flower for Christmas

    Plant paperwhite narcissi bulbs now to be in flower for Christmas

    With their clear white, paper-thin bunches of flowers and good scent, paperwhite narcissi are a classic Christmas flower for the house. They are easy to force (bring into flower early... Read More
  5. It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    Hurricanes, tropical storms, autumnal gales and all the rest – wind is very much in the news at present. It’s a good idea to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs so... Read More
  6. Halloween punchbowl with optional vodka jelly shots

    Halloween punchbowl with optional vodka jelly shots

    We based the theme for our Halloween punch bowl around a clever little widget designed to create mist in reptile cages. Placed in water, it creates a cold mist by... Read More
  7. Here's what to do in the October garden

    There’s plenty to do in the October garden. It’s all about clearing and cleaning up, planting and moving, and getting ready for autumn rains and winds. It can be a... Read More
  8. Enjoying and caring for late-flowering roses

    Some roses flower well into October and beyond, either because they flower for much of the year or because they have a good second flush of blooms from late summer... Read More
  9. Autumn colours – choose trees and shrubs that add interest

    Autumn colours – choose trees and shrubs that add interest

    Near me beech trees and hedges are starting to wear their autumn colours of yellow, gold and copper. I love the gradual change from green to gold. More striking autumn... Read More
  10. Why rattan furniture makes an excellent choice for the autumn

    Why rattan furniture makes an excellent choice for the autumn

    Autumn has some fabulous days when it’s an excellent choice to be outside. It’s a lovely time of year to be out and about in the garden or going for... Read More
  11. Plant winter bedding and biennial plants and spring bulbs now!

    Plant winter bedding and biennial plants and spring bulbs now!

    Winter bedding plants have been on sale in my local garden centre for a while, but I hate to rush into winter. But summer is definitely over where I live... Read More
  12. Essential furniture for your conservatory

    Essential furniture for your conservatory

    Although you can make do, some pieces of furniture are essential to smooth and stylish living. I’m talking about a table and chairs, a sofa and cushions, and some drawers... Read More

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