Gardening Magazine


  • Chilli-tastic – May


    Since my last update I’ve managed to reduce my excess chilli plants down from 37 to 13.  The boss in fact manage to sell the 24 for me without any hesitation.... Read more

    The 22 May 2014 by   Sophiecussen
  • Hi, Me Again


    The latest and greatest:The Panicum 'Northwind' are on their way with that blue/green upright foliage already visible:A step back from that same garden bed and... Read more

    The 28 May 2014 by   John Markowski
  • SUCCESS - Guerrilla Gardening in My Neighbour's Yard

    SUCCESS Guerrilla Gardening Neighbour's Yard

    If it has not occurred to you to ask permission to garden in your neighbour's yard before, I say what have you got to lose? All they can say is "no". Read more

    The 31 May 2014 by   Dyarnell
  • Cozy Bay Panama Dining Sets

    Cozy Panama Dining Sets

    The Panama range from Cozy Bay, has been dubbed in our garden centre, “the most comfortable rattan set here”.  The high backed panama chairs keep you perfectly... Read more

    The 14 May 2014 by   Matt From Sgc
  • Summer Gardening Skills: Perseverance

    Summer Gardening Skills: Perseverance

    It’s getting to that point in the season when I feel that heading out into garden demands mental toughness. The weeds are well out of control. Read more

    The 27 May 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Moonflowers


    I'm a seed starting fanatic this year. These beauties are for my daughter (who is an adult but still has to tolerate the nickname, Peanut.)Do you grow... Read more

    The 05 May 2014 by   Kate_miller
  • Salads in the Offing

    Salads Offing

    The first of my new season lettuces are approaching the point at which I will feel justified in cutting some:If I leave it until they are fully mature the last... Read more

    The 09 May 2014 by   Mwillis
  • Discount Stores Get into Gardening

    Discount Stores into Gardening

    I’ve been getting press releases from the discount stores promoting their ranges of garden products and accessories – some of them are well worth buying... Read more

    The 03 May 2014 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Perennials for Summer Colour

    Perennials Summer Colour

    The warmer night temperatures and showery weather have meant that the garden is really starting to grow away now and there is very little soil showing in the... Read more

    The 23 May 2014 by   Notcuttsuk
  • Dead Chuffed: Shortlisted for a Brilliance in Blogging Award

    Dead Chuffed: Shortlisted Brilliance Blogging Award

    Spade Fork Spoon has been nominated in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards in the food category. This is amazing and I’m dead chuffed, especially as there are so... Read more

    The 02 May 2014 by   Spadeforkspoon


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