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  • Tunnel Vision

    Tunnel Vision

    Broussonetia papyriferaNow that things are moving so quick again with the pond project I find myself putting nearly all of my attention, physical, and mental... Read more

    The 10 August 2012 by   Alternativeeden
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  • Let's Take a Walk Around the Block

    Let's Take Walk Around Block

    Someday we'll go places New lands and new faces The day we quit punching the clock The future looks pleasant But at present Let's take a walk around the block.... Read more

    The 07 August 2012 by   Plantedd
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  • Holiday

    Holiday

    After a lovely couple of weeks swanning around in southern Italy, I was itching to see how the veg plot had progressed in my absence. I meandered off down the... Read more

    The 17 August 2012 by   Chooksandroots
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  • GBBD August 2012 – Hotting Up

    GBBD August 2012 Hotting

    The garden has gone from the soft pinks and blue to basically orange and red. I have a liking for Crocosmia and they have been slowly increasing in the garden... Read more

    The 15 August 2012 by   Patientgardener
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  • In a Jam

    Way back in 2010 I planted out a small tayberry plant that was well overdue a permanent home. My first mention of that small plant is here. Read more

    The 24 August 2012 by   Jules
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  • Gold at the Allotment

    Gold Allotment

    Courgette 'Taxi' The fashionably late arrival of courgette’s and runner beans has somewhat restored my faith in my ability to grow valuable plants, as opposed t... Read more

    The 16 August 2012 by   Ryansgarden
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  • Potatoh!

    Potatoh!

    The undeniable successes of 2012 (so far) have largely come from the Allium bed. The shallots, onions and garlic have all outdone themselves but there may be a... Read more

    The 23 August 2012 by   Ryansgarden
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  • In Praise of Sweet Peas

    Praise Sweet Peas

    Enjoying the scent of Summer indoorsI am bursting with my enthusiasm for sweet peas. For me they capture the essence of summer. The fragrance is beautiful. Read more

    The 31 August 2012 by   Notcuttsuk
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  • "Prune in June" - Boltonia - UPDATE

    "Prune June" Boltonia UPDATE

    When last we spoke of my beloved (sarcasm should be applied here) Boltonia, I had cut them back by half in the middle of June. As you know or ... as you will no... Read more

    The 29 August 2012 by   John Markowski
  • The Beginning of the End

    Beginning

    Or is that the end of the beginning, well either way the fibreglassing has finally started on the pond! A landmark moment and one we are very pleased to see... Read more

    The 30 August 2012 by   Alternativeeden
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