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Cold, Grey Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Cold, Wet and Grey

January is cold, wet and grey, who are not the three lost gnomes from Santa's grotto, or a lesser known music hall act along the lines of Wilson, Kepple and Betty. Read more

After Snow Paperblog Pick in Gardening

After the Snow

and we certainly had snow, about 20cm deep in less than 24 hours just over a week ago.  Whilst we have had heavy snow in the past, some four or five years ago, we haven’t had so... Read more

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