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Visit Seville Paperblog Pick in Gardening

A Visit to Seville

It's a long time since I posted anything about "travels", which is a bit remiss of me, considering that my blog claims to be about "Gardening, food, cookery, family and travels". Read more

Potting Class Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Potting up an Art Class

When a boiling hot day is forecast, do all your gardening as early as you can in the morning. Then, as a well-earned reward, enjoy a pot of tea. Read more


  • House Tour: A Colourful Apartment in Norway

    House Tour: Colourful Apartment Norway

    In today’s house tour we’re heading to the beautiful Scandinavian country of Norway to take a nosey around Simone Isaksen’s colourful apartment. Read more

    7 hours, 45 minutes ago by   Hollie Brooks
  • First Sowings at Courtmoor

    First Sowings Courtmoor

    Until this week, all the seed-sowing I have done has been at my own house / garden. Now I have finally got some seeds in at the Courtmoor Avenue plot. Read more

    10 hours, 20 minutes ago by   Mwillis
  • Vote For Us + WIN a Lamp Worth £139.95!

    Vote Lamp Worth £139.95!

    Happy Friday, folks! I’m very excited to announce that we have been nominated in The UK Interior Awards for ‘Best Independent Store’.  Whoop! Now, this is an... Read more

    The 20 April 2018 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Buds and Spuds

    Buds Spuds

    Hello my lovelies, hope you are all well and have a nice weekend planned --- Hurrah for Fridays!Today is actually a quite nice and bright day here, so I went... Read more

    The 20 April 2018 by   Chrryblossomtat2
  • A Good Wall Pot Plant

    Good Wall Plant

    Keeping a diary is something I have always been very poor at. A classic gift idea, diaries. I have been given many of them over the years and I've hardly... Read more

    The 20 April 2018 by   Gardenamateur
  • A Chemical Attack?

    Chemical Attack?

    [A very topical subject, this...!]One of the "Foremost" potato plants I am growing seems to have been the victim of a chemical poisoning. Not Novichok this time... Read more

    The 19 April 2018 by   Mwillis
  • April in the Garden

    April Garden

    Well Spring seems to have finally turned up after what seems like a much longer break so last weekend we finally got some time in the garden. Read more

    The 18 April 2018 by   Alternativeeden
  • Supporting Broad Beans

    Supporting Broad Beans

    Broad Bean plants can be very floppy and I think they benefit from some support. If left to their own devices they often get very tangled, and sometimes fall... Read more

    The 18 April 2018 by   Mwillis
  • Saying Farewell

    Saying Farewell

    I moved to Worthing in February 2001, seventeen years ago after buying a large ground floor flat in a Victorian conversion. I bought it because it had its own... Read more

    The 18 April 2018 by   Ronniejt28
  • Seeds Everywhere!

    Seeds Everywhere!

    Last year must have been a good year for Trachycarpus as many of the palms in our garden are laden down with seeds. Trachycarpus fortune seeds Trachycarpus... Read more

    The 17 April 2018 by   Alternativeeden


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