Saturday, July 4, 2020
Blog: A contrary month in every way! June has been a month of sharp contrasts - cloudy, misty and humid for more than a week at the beginning, followed by a week of extreme heat and thunderstorms. As I write,...

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Daffodil Tete a Tete, February 19

My garden in pictures February

Blog: Documenting a month of storms and sunshine Although it has been the wettest February on record with storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge causing horrendous...
The 'hot' end of the herbaceous border, Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Colourful autumn planting: get the most from perennials

Birmingham Botanical Gardens' herbaceous borders show how it's done If you have a garden problem, such as your flower beds and pots running out of...

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Song thrush fledgling

Why you should leave fledglings alone – RSPB

Young birds are tougher than they look As many more people are taking an interest in birds during the coronavirus pandemic, lockdown has seen a...

ASHRIDGE NURSERIES' PLANT OF THE WEEK: GERANIUM WARGRAVE PINK

FRUIT, VEG, FEATURED PLANTS, FLOWER SEEDS

On trial: Aloe Safari Sunrise and tomato Rubylicious from Thompson &...

Plants that are not all that they seem... Another of my posts from the Garden Press Event - this time I'm focusing on two plants...

RECIPES AND DEALING WITH GLUTS