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  1. Glorious hanging baskets - it is summer!

    Glorious hanging baskets - it is summer!

    It is summer - for now! A long weekend in the Cotswolds proved it - everywhere was awash with flowers spilling out from hanging baskets, pots and garden borders. Hanging... Read More
  2. A little light summer pruning, then a little light summer pudding?

    A little light summer pruning, then a little light summer pudding?

    It needs cutting back Busy friend: Have you seen the state of it? I’m going to go out there and tidy it up. I’ll hack it into submission. I don’t... Read More
  3. July jobs in the garden

    July jobs in the garden

    July jobs in the garden are a mix of enjoying your garden with feet up in the sunshine (in our dreams?), holding back the tide of fast growing weeds and... Read More
  4. 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
  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. 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
  7. Garden care for vegetable plants: runner and climbing French beans, salad leaves

    Garden care for vegetable plants: runner and climbing French beans, salad leaves

    Vegetable plants need your care - now! Garden care for vegetable plants is essential if you want good crops. Here's some advice on what you need to do to care... Read More
  8. Making, using, loving garden compost

    Making, using, loving garden compost

     What is garden compost? In this post we’re talking about the compost made in a heap or bin out of garden and kitchen waste. We’re not talking about the commercially... Read More
  9. Fill gaps in your garden

    Fill gaps in your garden

    The risk of frost is over (in south west England) so annual bedding plants are out along my garden path and in the border I can see from the kitchen... Read More
  10. The exam period - how the garden can help before, during and after

    The exam period - how the garden can help before, during and after

    May is the month for summer exams. Even if you are lucky enough not to be living in an exam household, you will probably know others who are or people... Read More
  11. Why water garden plants and pots?

    Why water garden plants and pots?

    Why water garden plants and pots? Plants are 90% water. They may need your help to get what they need, that is why we water garden plants and pots and... Read More
  12. Lawn edges and edging, tying in and support for plants

    Lawn edges and edging, tying in and support for plants

    Lawn edges and edging You could write a book about lawns. Regretfully, we simply don’t have the number of words here to explore the velvety green acres and problem patches... Read More

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