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June in the Garden

June in the Garden The arrival of June brings the start of summer and a celebration of all things British including Wimbledon, Asparagus, Strawberries, The Derby, Pimms, Glastonbury, Royal Ascot, Summer solstice, village fetes and not forgetting the Queens official birthday which is made all the more special as she celebrates 90 wonderful years! The […]

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August in the Garden

This month brings the close of summer and taking with it my favourite sound of summer as the Swifts take to the skies once more for their winter migration.  Traditionally this is the month where gardeners can take some time off but if you are going away be sure that the garden is cared for […]

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October Garden Jobs

What a glorious month of weather September gave us sadly it has flown by and with it the last of our summer weather and visitors! October is a special month for me with various family celebrations but I don’t like the autumnal weather this month can bring with deep low pressure systems carrying wet and […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

Low pressure is dominating the weather this weekend but if you can get in the garden here are a few jobs for you to be getting on with:- Tie in climbing plants using garden twine. Remove tired spring bedding. Spring bulbs that have out grown their space or are in the wrong place can now […]

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Preparing Hyacinth Bulbs for Indoor Flowering

Well what a busy last week of the school holidays that was!  Hardly  did anything all summer (mostly due to the awful weather!) then cram in  ice skating, blackberry picking, collecting hive of bees and all other  general family things and now the weather has at last become nice just  as they all go back […]

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