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  1. Sticky honey garlic chicken thighs with rice and pickled veg salad

    Sticky honey garlic chicken thighs with rice and pickled veg salad

    The focus of this recipe is actually the honey, but the flavours and the setting work so well that it seems inevitable to end up with more than a hint... Read More
  2. Conifers and evergreen shrubs - when and how to move them

    Conifers and evergreen shrubs are best moved or planted in September if your garden has sandy soil that dries out in summer.  September is also a good time to move... Read More
  3. Picnic loaf recipes

    Picnic loaf recipes

    A picnic loaf is a partly hollowed out loaf of bread, stuffed with a variety of fillings, and then chilled and pressed before the main event. Fully transportable, wrapped tightly... Read More
  4. Four reasons to love sprawling plants in your garden

    Four reasons to love sprawling plants in your garden

    Sprawling holds just a hint of taking up more space than the rulebook says. And this ‘not quite following the rules’ is perhaps the attraction of sprawling plants. They laze... Read More
  5. Clipping hedges in September keeps the garden looking neat

    Clipping hedges in September keeps the garden looking neat

    Clipping encourages hedges to grow tightly packed, healthy shoots. These can be trimmed to a good shape with a smooth face which creates a good wind break. If hedges are... Read More
  6. Wild mushroom wellington

    Wild mushroom wellington

    With the kids, back to school and the mornings decidedly nippy, our thoughts turn to the comforts of home and hearth. A time when seasonal produce turns from the bold... Read More
  7. Sow and grow rocket for salad leaves in the autumn

    Rocket is a most unfussy and very leafy plant which you can keep on sowing and growing well into the autumn. It’s the slightly peppery green salad leaf that’s known... Read More
  8. Free herbs - how to grow more in your garden or patio

    Free herbs - how to grow more in your garden or patio

    We like herbs. They are easy to grow, and taste best fresh. I often buy pots of growing herbs in a supermarket or garden centre but somehow never have the... Read More
  9. Back to school bento box ideas

    Back to school bento box ideas

    School packed lunches can be a bit of a minefield, peppered with fussy eaters and school regulations, but with plenty of ideas under your belt there is no reason not... Read More
  10. How to add a touch of luxury to your garden

    How to add a touch of luxury to your garden

    Luxury is whatever takes you out of the everyday. It transports you from the grind of the daily struggle with its noise, discomfort and grime to a more peaceful, relaxed... Read More
  11. Grow grasses for year round interest: here are my favourites!

    Grasses are my latest ‘must have’ plants. This is a new thing - grasses have worried me in the past. With nothing to go on I was concerned that I... Read More
  12. 3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    It’s the August bank holiday in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and, as is traditional, the weather picture is mixed. Here are three tips for what to do in the... Read More

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