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  • Product Review - Outdoor Baby Bio Flower and Shrubs Week 2

    Product Review Outdoor Baby Flower Shrubs Week

    Last week I started the Outdoor Baby Bio Flower and Shrub challenge. The challenge is meant to take four weeks so we are now, I suppose, half way. So how are... Read more

    6 minutes ago by   Ozhene
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  • Potting-on the Chillis

    Potting-on Chillis

    I have chilli plants at lots of different stages, but the majority of the ones I am growing from seed this year (as opposed to ones kept from last year, or give... Read more

    The 27 May 2016 by   Mwillis
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  • Lettuce

    Lettuce

    is one of those plants that has sometimes had a bad press. It is often perceived as dull and boring, but it really isn't. There are loads of different varieties... Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   Mwillis
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  • Alyssoides Utriculata

    Alyssoides Utriculata

    (23/04/2016, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period: Late Spring to early summerSoil: Moist, well drained, sandyEventual Height: 25cmEventual... Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Hortus Romam 4 - Villa Farnese

    Hortus Romam Villa Farnese

    Villa Farnese, aka Villa Caprarolo I think was about thirty minutes or so from Villa Lante, to be honest we were all talking (hard to imagine I know) so I was... Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   Ozhene
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  • Birdsong And What To Do About It

    In a previous post, I mentioned how the midday hoot of a tawny owl – and my thwarted attempts to see him – had driven me nuts. Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   David Marsden
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  • Birdsong And What To Do About It

    In a previous post, I mentioned how the midday hoot of a tawny owl – and my thwarted attempts to see him – had driven me nuts. Read more

    The 26 May 2016 by   David Marsden
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  • Re-potting Leeks

    Re-potting Leeks

    My Leek seedlings have been growing very slowly indeed, something which I attribute to two factors: poor compost and over-crowding. Read more

    The 25 May 2016 by   Mwillis
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  • Inner Temple Garden

    Inner Temple Garden

    This weekend heralded the beginning of the marvellous Chelsea Fringe , where you can attend many a quirky horticultural happening, mostly in London, (although... Read more

    The 25 May 2016 by   Outofmyshed
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  • Inner Temple Garden

    Inner Temple Garden

    This weekend heralded the beginning of the marvellous Chelsea Fringe , where you can attend many a quirky horticultural happening, mostly in London, (although... Read more

    The 25 May 2016 by   Outofmyshed
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