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  1. May 1st, the start of summer? Yes, it's a day for gardening!

    May 1st, the start of summer? Yes, it's a day for gardening!

    May 1st, the start of summer? May 1st and we think of maypoles with brightly coloured ribbons and country dancing at school. That is quite modern! To the Celts, May... Read More
  2. It’s a tonic! (And grit and vermiculite)

    It’s a tonic! (And grit and vermiculite)

    Do your plants need a tonic? Do you need a tonic? Sometimes everything starts to feel much too much and you begin to have that dragging feeling. Does that sound... Read More
  3. Gorgeous gardens and gorgeous vegetables

    Gorgeous gardens and gorgeous vegetables

    Gorgeous gardens! Visit and be inspired Thinking of sitting on a comfortable chair, in your sunny garden, and what do you see? If the view isn’t the gorgeous garden you... Read More
  4. Ancient grains - a quick guide

    Ancient grains - a quick guide

    Ancient grains – a quick guide With the backlash against modern wheat, and the gluten that goes with it, the so called ‘ancient grains’ have never been so popular. These... Read More
  5. Five ways to keep the peace with your next-door neighbours

    Five ways to keep the peace with your next-door neighbours

    Most of us have had a falling out with next door at some point. Maybe it was over a broken fence, or an annoying pet? Whatever the cause of your... Read More
  6. Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Strawberries and cream - on your table! Strawberry plants have pretty flowers now, and flavours to savour in the summer. Six steps to strawberries in your garden Try a strawberry... Read More
  7. A May Day menu

    A May Day menu

    This is a great recipe for a May Day bank holiday meal. Perfect for outdoor entertaining, with an Italianesque vibe, but quite as happy coming indoors should it rain. Or... Read More
  8. Spring food; get fresh for spring

    Spring food; get fresh for spring

    Not so much a desire to look good in a bikini, as the body’s natural reaction to longer days and warmer weather, eating fresh and light for spring is just... Read More
  9. Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnolias in flower - where to see them and other seeds to sow

    Magnificent magnolias in flower Magnolias have been looking magnificent this year. The magnolias in flower in the spring are deciduous (they lose their leaves in autumn/winter) and usually flower before... Read More
  10. Keep on weeding, they say. But what is a weed?

    Keep on weeding, they say. But what is a weed?

    Plants in the garden are really revving up now, weeds included. They’re racing to grow, flower and set seed. It’s their purpose in life. But what is a weed? As... Read More
  11. Entertain outdoors for St.George's Day

    Entertain outdoors for St.George's Day

    The 23rd April marks St.George's Day; the patron saint of England, our green and pleasant land. Back in the days when life much harder than most of us can ever... Read More
  12. Gardening lingo tips, and a table in the garden

    Gardening lingo tips, and a table in the garden

    Gardening lingo: annuals, biennials, bi-annuals, perennials Over the decades and centuries gardening has developed its own language. Some words and phrases have been borrowed from allied fields (pun not intended... Read More

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