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  1. Winter damp ruining your garden furniture, tools and plants?

    Winter damp ruining your garden furniture, tools and plants?

    Winter damp is my main memory of December. Where I am, the clear and cold skies of late November turned to December mist and fog, bringing the perils of damp... Read More
  2. Enjoy summery days and prepare for winter!

    Enjoy summery days and prepare for winter!

    Where I am, in lovely summery days, gardeners are starting to prepare for winter. For me, winter is not a welcome thought but deep in my bones there is an... Read More
  3. Self-seeding plants: the green, amber and red options

    Self-seeding plants: the green, amber and red options

    Self-seeding plants are starting to fill my garden with lots of new ones. And I haven’t paid a penny for them. At this time of year self-seeding (a.k.a. self-setting) plants... Read More
  4. More free plants to share with your family and friends

    More free plants to share with your family and friends

    Another idea for free plants for your garden! Readers know I love a bargain plant. I love even better sharing favourite plants with family and friends. Softwood cuttings at this... Read More
  5. Root for roots in late summer and early autumn cuttings!

    Root for roots in late summer and early autumn cuttings!

    Midsummer onwards is the time to take cuttings from some perennials, climbers, shrubs and trees. Stems of periwinkle, passion flower, hebe, box, bay and holly, for example, have now got... Read More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Take cuttings and be part of the spring/summer surge

    Take cuttings and be part of the spring/summer surge

    Benefit from the impetus of the ‘May flush’ The ‘May flush’ is that wonderful swelling of energy when everywhere begins to burst enthusiastically with fresh new growth. Over these past... Read More

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