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This Month in the Garden – February 2017

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the conception of our garden in its present form. When we no longer needed a football pitch for the children we asked a garden designer to give us plans for a landscaped rear … Continue reading

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This Month in the Garden – December 2016 / January 2017

As Christmas looms nearer, present giving can be a problem. In my December article I like to help ease the problem by suggesting some ideas for presents for gardeners. Many of us have bought or been given books on garden … Continue reading

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Unusual Vegetables – Mike Day

The wet and windy October night did not deter the vegetable growers in Biddenham who turned out in good numbers to hear Mike Day.  Mike grew up on a vegetable growing farm and after reading for a degree in agriculture … Continue reading

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This Month in the Garden – March 2014

February has been just as wet as January so I wonder what March will bring. The soil is still likely to be wet and cold and we are all likely to be getting behind with things. That makes it all … Continue reading

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Top Tips for October

Top 3 jobs to do: Check apples and pears on trees for scab disease. Give your lawn an autumn treatment for great grass next year. Tidy up or cut back some herbaceous perennials that have gone over. » More jobs … Continue reading

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