Gardening Magazine


  • It’s Been a While

    It’s Been While

    My trips to the allotment have really gone by the way side recently. Through a combination of spending more time working on the Stoneham Bakehouse, trying to... Read more

    The 02 October 2015 by   Spadeforkspoon
  • Harvest Monday - 26th October 2015

    Harvest Monday 26th October 2015

    Until I sat down to write this post I didn't think I had a lot of harvesting to report on this week. I soon changed my mind...Lots of the chillis are ripening... Read more

    The 26 October 2015 by   Mwillis
  • A Herbal Remedy

    Herbal Remedy

    No, I don't mean that I have a herbal remedy to offer. I mean that some of my herbs need a remedy!I have some pots of Thyme that are looking very sorry for... Read more

    The 01 October 2015 by   Mwillis
  • Worst Job of the Year?

    Worst Year?

    Gardening is not all fun, you know. As well as all the pleasurable tasks like sowing, planting and harvesting, there are some horrible, dirty, unpleasant tasks ... Read more

    The 10 October 2015 by   Mwillis
  • Why Hollie Confiscated My Kindle…?!

    Hollie Confiscated Kindle…?!

    As I have been told by my girls that I am to start helping with the Instagram photos it seemed the ideal opportunity to glory in this wonderful Indian summer... Read more

    The 04 October 2015 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Fraxinus Lanuginosa

    Fraxinus Lanuginosa

    (19/09/2015, Kew gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period:Late springSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 15mEventual Spread: 10mHardiness: 5b,... Read more

    The 23 October 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • A Conundrum of Conifers

    Conundrum Conifers

    I don't like conifers. I have said it before and I will (most likely) say it again. I have never liked them. They sit there looking lumpy-like and pretty much... Read more

    The 29 October 2015 by   Ozhene
  • Not Starfish


    These are fruits from my "Brazilian Starfish" chilli plant.The only trouble is, they are not Starfish-shaped as they should be. Read more

    The 21 October 2015 by   Mwillis
  • The Season of Murk and Sallow Sogginess

    Season Murk Sallow Sogginess

    The poet John Keats in his poem Ode To Autumn famously described Autumn as the "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness", but if he were here today I think he... Read more

    The 30 October 2015 by   Mwillis
  • Meet the Blogger: Brian of [email protected]

    Meet Blogger: Brian OurGarden@19

    Today’s Writing 101 assignment requires me to do a collaborative post with a fellow blogger such as an interview or guest post. Read more

    The 01 October 2015 by   Patientgardener


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