Gardening Magazine


  • GBBD August 2015

    GBBD August 2015

    I seem to have missed a few months of Garden Bloggers Bloom Day but with two weeks of annual leave ahead of me and few plans I find myself finally with time to... Read more

    The 15 August 2015 by   Patientgardener
  • Tomatoes Ripening at Last!

    Tomatoes Ripening Last!

    Getting my first ripe tomatoes is always a significant moment in the gardening year for me.These ones are "Maskotka", of which I have three plants. It is a... Read more

    The 01 August 2015 by   Mwillis
  • 10 Garden Jobs To Do In August

    Garden Jobs August

    August is a funny old month – in my head I am on holiday, wafting around the garden doing a bit of dead heading and cutting bucket loads of lovely flowers befor... Read more

    The 07 August 2015 by   Julie King
  • Quercus Pubescens

    Quercus Pubescens

    (15/08/2015, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: SpringSoil: well drainedEventual Height: 20mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 24 August 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • What’s New from Thompson & Morgan

    What’s from Thompson Morgan

    I’ve recently been to a press preview of new varieties from the Ipswich seed company and have whittled down the many to the few that I found most interesting. Read more

    The 12 August 2015 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Tomato Progress Report

    Tomato Progress Report

    Despite problems with contaminated compost, Blossom End Rot and lack of sunshine, my tomatoes are finally producing some ripe fruit. Read more

    The 23 August 2015 by   Mwillis
  • A Blog Holiday

    Blog Holiday

    We will be on holiday for a while soon, so Mark's Veg Plot will be suspended for a short time, and I will not be posting or commenting. I hope to be back in... Read more

    The 07 August 2015 by   Mwillis
  • In a Vase on Monday – Faded Elegance

    Vase Monday Faded Elegance

    This week’s vase is a simple one of Agapanthus ardernei hybrids.I have two wonderful clumps of agapanthus, this one and a very dark blue one and they are... Read more

    The 24 August 2015 by   Patientgardener
  • Blight-resistant Potatoes

    Blight-resistant Potatoes

    As many of you know, this year I have been growing a few of the Sarpo ("SARvari POtato") disease-resistant potatoes developed by the Sarvari Trust, kindly... Read more

    The 29 August 2015 by   Mwillis
  • How Tidy Should a Jungle Garden Be?

    Tidy Should Jungle Garden

    We had a lovely, surprisingly very chilled out weekend giving the garden some extra preening and pruning. Whilst sorting out the jungle area in particular we... Read more

    The 03 August 2015 by   Alternativeeden


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