Tag Archives: summer colour

Snow, and an exciting development…

  My garden, and allotment are both fast asleep under a blanket of snow and whilst the pavements are icy and walking to the station means risking life and limbs I am still finding the sight of it beautiful.  Best … Continue reading

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Russian roulette for [by] gardeners – an update

Back in May I wrote how the ink lettering on the labels in the dahlias I’d planted had vanished, soaked away into the cheap coffee stirrers I’d used as markers.  As a result I had to employ a bit of … Continue reading

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Russian roulette – for [by] gardeners!

When I started writing this blog I stated that my aim was to share not only my successes, but my failures. So here’s a lesson from me to you. Do not use the cheap wooden coffee stirrers, such as are … Continue reading

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Coming home

I spent a few days away from the garden last week and it is always good coming home to see how the plants are developing.  Because of the very warm weather and sunshine there is much to see – and … Continue reading

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