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  • Cedar Hedge Update

    Cedar Hedge Update

    Last May I described day one of our major project of bringing all of our cedars together into one place and never got around to finishing the story until now. Read more

    The 07 March 2014 by   Dyarnell
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  • Queen Elizabeth Hall/ Hayward Gallery/ Royal Festival Hall Play Area,...

    Queen Elizabeth Hall/ Hayward Gallery/ Royal Festival Hall Play Area, Southbank, London

    This sculpture/ installation/ playground is located on an elevated section of the Southbank complex between Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Festival Hall and the... Read more

    The 03 March 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Seed Saving 101: Cucurbits

    Seed Saving 101: Cucurbits

    To continue with the seed-saving series, let’s focus on cucurbits (melons, squash, cucumbers). As with corn, the seed-saving challenge for the home sub/urban... Read more

    The 24 March 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Quinzee Building for a Good Cause

    Quinzee Building Good Cause

    This week I am spending my evenings in nature, building a quinzee in my front yard before the weather turns completely warm and the opportunity is lost.To... Read more

    The 15 March 2014 by   Dyarnell
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  • The Changeover Season

    Changeover Season

    Every move you make here in Sydney at the moment, you sweat. It's sticky. On these uncomfortably humid, end-of-summer days, the weather forecasters endlessly... Read more

    The 08 March 2014 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Garden Designer Interview: Catherine Heatherington

    Garden Designer Interview: Catherine Heatherington

    Catherine HeatheringtonAt Notcutts we’re really pleased to have caught up with Catherine Heatherington, an enthusiastic and exciting garden designer... Read more

    The 18 March 2014 by   Notcuttsuk
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  • Adorable Asparagus

    Adorable Asparagus

    I’ve done it! I l planted my first vegetable crop in our garden! There is still lots to do but these adorable asparagus crowns arrived last week in the post... Read more

    The 27 March 2014 by   Charlottsgarden
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  • Autumn Arrives

    Autumn Arrives

    With only a couple of dozen fruit on the William Pear tree this year I haven't bothered to net the tree, instead I have put a tiny organza bag over the... Read more

    The 09 March 2014 by   Scarecrow
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  • Spring, You Have Been Missed

    Spring, Have Been Missed

    Spring is my current favourite season and in some ways might always be my favourite (in Summer I shall say this of Summer, shhh). I think I even know why... Read more

    The 23 March 2014 by   Ozhene
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  • Fairy Eggs

    Fairy Eggs

    I found 3 fairy eggs and 1 normal size egg in total during the first 2 weeks of the new rescue hens being here. Fairy eggs are tiny and yolkless eggs and are... Read more

    The 22 March 2014 by   The Garden Smallholder
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