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Garden Jobs Will Doing This Week Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Garden Jobs I Will Be Doing This Week

Life in the garden is just about to get very busy. After the more peaceful days of winter when I can decide when and if to garden the jobs that need doing are mounting daily and... Read more

Book Review Secret Lives Garden Bees Jean Vernon Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Book Review - The Secret Lives of Garden Bees by Jean Vernon

Jean Vernon is, like I am, a member of the Garden Media Guild and we have met a few times on some of the Guild garden visits. When I heard that she had written a book about bees ... Read more

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