Gardening Magazine


  • In a Vase Mondays

    Vase Mondays

    What is one to do when the only flowers available are a multi-coloured mix from the check-out aisle at the grocery store?It can be a conundrum.I like to make th... Read more

    The 13 October 2015 by   Dyarnell
  • Hot Properties


    Any doubts that summer is on our doorstep are about to melt away today, with a maximum of 35°C forecast. So, early this morning I was out there with the hose,... Read more

    The 03 October 2015 by   Gardenamateur
  • Malvern Hills Challenge 4 – Summer Hill

    Malvern Hills Challenge Summer Hill

    It’s some time since I ticked one of the Malvern Hills of my list. Work has been full on recently leaving me exhausted when I get home but this week I seem to... Read more

    The 11 October 2015 by   Patientgardener
  • Changing of the Guard

    Changing Guard

    Well, me and my big mouth ... there I was blogging recently, saying our lovely little goldfish, Paul, was coming up to his sixth birthday. I'm very sorry to tel... Read more

    The 24 October 2015 by   Gardenamateur
  • Curious Looking Fruits

    Curious Looking Fruits

    This year for the first time the Akebia quinata growing at the base of the large sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) at the bottom of our garden has born numerous... Read more

    The 06 October 2015 by   Alternativeeden
  • So Much Happening

    Much Happening

    I am in awe of those garden bloggers who keep on slogging away, doing a posting every day. Me, I'm down to one posting a week at best, but at least I never... Read more

    The 16 October 2015 by   Gardenamateur
  • Photinia Serrulata

    Photinia Serrulata

    (04/10/2015, Kingston Maurward Gardens, Dorchester)Position: Full sun to partial shadeSoil: Moist, well drainedFlowering period: SpringEventual Height:... Read more

    The 28 October 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Sedum ‘Herbstfreude’

    Sedum ‘Herbstfreude’

    Sedum (Herbstfreude Group) ‘Herbstfreude’ (19/09/2015, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: Late summer to early... Read more

    The 08 October 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • RHS The Half-Hour Allotment Book Review

    Half-Hour Allotment Book Review

    Do you struggle to keep on top of your allotment? Perhaps you’re considering taking on a plot for the first time and worried it will eat into most of... Read more

    The 28 October 2015 by   The Garden Smallholder
  • Louisiana's Razza-matazz

    Louisiana's Razza-matazz

    Watching the build-up is half the fun of owning gorgeous flowering plants. Once you learn how they grow and flower from previous years' experience, you recognis... Read more

    The 04 October 2015 by   Gardenamateur


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