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  1. Weedkillers – beyond glyphosate-based herbicides

    Weedkillers – beyond glyphosate-based herbicides

    Despite our fine words about weeds and wild flowers, there are some plants that are downright annoying. Couch grass and other grasses are my personal bugbears at the moment: on... Read More
  2. Help! Slugs and snails are destroying my garden!

    Help! Slugs and snails are destroying my garden!

    Yesterday (at the time of writing) saw torrential rain here in Slug and Snail Country and levels of infestation have rapidly risen to Plague Level. I’m just in after a... Read More
  3. Game set and match for the strawberry season

    Game set and match for the strawberry season

    Strawberries are absolutely synonymous with the British summer, Wimbledon, and perhaps a large jug of Pimms with a sprig of mint. Found on the ‘Tea Lawn’ of the centre court... Read More
  4. Seasonal plants: think about hydrangeas

    Seasonal plants: think about hydrangeas

    Why think about hydrangeas? I met a wonderful Hydrangea paniculata last summer at Greencombe gardens, West Porlock, in Somerset. This small garden, designed and planted by Joan Lorraine, is an... Read More
  5. Cutting lawn grass: summer garden care

    Cutting lawn grass: summer garden care

    At this time of year cutting lawn grass seems to be THE urgent job. Grass grows fast in rainy days and warm sun (so do weeds, but that is another... Read More
  6. Sticky BBQ ribs recipe

    Sticky BBQ ribs recipe

    These are scratch made sticky ribs, cooked indoors in the oven for ease. Try to get baby back ribs as they are more sweet and succulent than the spare rib... Read More
  7. BBQ ribs - the road to perfection

    BBQ ribs - the road to perfection

    Beef short ribs aside, which are pretty hard to get in the UK, when we say BBQ ribs we are talking about pork. Sweet, succulent porky pork. Time was, that... Read More
  8. Gardening tips: buy bargain plants and make your bulbs last

    Gardening tips: buy bargain plants and make your bulbs last

    Bargain plants and making bulbs last from one year to the next can reduce the cost of gardening. Top tip: bargain plants Garden fetes, plant tables at school fairs and... Read More
  9. Breakfast. Could we? Should we? Would we?

    Breakfast. Could we? Should we? Would we?

    Sitting here at the breakfast table, with my pot of highly expensive multigrain porridge to-go, it occurs to me that I could make this myself for about 12p. I could... Read More
  10. Roses, roses all through the months of June and July

    Roses, roses all through the months of June and July

    June and July are the months of the rose, dreamily, fragrantly, most definitely, the months of the rose. Whatever else is thrown at us, June and July almost always bring... Read More
  11. Hoe, water, deadhead and then relax in a (rattan) garden chair!

    Hoe, water, deadhead and then relax in a (rattan) garden chair!

    Keep the hoe moving Gardening’s routine creates the security for fruit and vegetables to grow in the best way possible. It provides the framework within which amazing and unexpected things... Read More
  12. Strawberries! And be a sparkling cordial host

    Strawberries! And be a sparkling cordial host

    Why are strawberries called strawberries? Strawberries planted back in April are starting to swell now. Soon they’ll be ready to eat. But before they get to that mouth-watering bright-red-all-over-stage and... Read More

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