Eat it, drink it, smell it, it’s a seductress of mythical proportions. … More Minted
Nothing adapts to recycling more than gardening and a pleasant excuse to keep unwanted items out of the ever overflowing landfill sites. … More Have You Got The Bottle?
Thinking again sometimes opens new doors of forgotten information or learning more about more uses for plants. … More Pond Life – Revisited
Sometimes it can surprise you where our fruit and vegetables came from originally. Introduced into the country so long ago, we never think of how they got here. … More Who Do You Think You Are?
Not quite sure if the spiderlings are developing into the European Garden Spider yet (Araneus diadematus) they are still quite small, but they are building webs like mad. … More They’re Back!
Everyone has a favourite method of pest removal in the garden but sadly for the slugs they also provide the most entertaining. … More Slugging It Out Without A Struggle
Some of last year’s late harvest of potatoes, sweetcorn, achocha and tomatoes. This year only the tomatoes have something to harvest yet. … More Tomato Surprise
The benefit of having a small garden or growing area, is being able to move things around. Pots with new growth at the ready when other pots die down. … More Labour Intensive
Finding easy solutions to regular problems can often be as simple as a bulldog clip.
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Sunflowers now come in all colours and sizes. Besides providing humans with seeds and oil, they provide food for birds, nectar and shelter for bees. Who would believe that behind their lovely cheery faces lies a tale of unrequited love? … More Follow The Sun