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Parsnip Unsung Hero Winter Garden Paperblog Pick in Gardening

The Parsnip - Unsung Hero of the Winter Garden

I sometimes describe Parsnips as "Marmite" vegetables - you know, love 'em or hate 'em. Mention Parsnips and many people will cringe and say "Yuck, disgusting!". Read more

Winter Yet! Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Not Winter Yet!

I thought when looking out of the window early this morning that we had had our first frost of the year, but close inspection reveals otherwise. Read more

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  • The Parsnip - Unsung Hero of the Winter Garden

    Parsnip Unsung Hero Winter Garden

    I sometimes describe Parsnips as "Marmite" vegetables - you know, love 'em or hate 'em. Mention Parsnips and many people will cringe and say "Yuck, disgusting!". Read more

    The 12 November 2016 by   Mwillis
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  • Jobs for November

    Jobs November

    The Garden Smallholder Fading light conditions can make time for the garden almost impossible if you’re busy, now is the time to get motivated to put the... Read more

    The 02 November 2016 by   The Garden Smallholder
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  • Product Review: Stihl Compact Cordless Chainsaw MSA 120 C

    Product Review: Stihl Compact Cordless Chainsaw

    Some weeks ago I wrote a product review for the Stihl Cordless Grass Trimmer. I said at the time that I had a couple of Stihl products to trial and now is the... Read more

    The 15 November 2016 by   Ozhene
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  • Getting Misty Over Spanish Moss

    Getting Misty Over Spanish Moss

    Here's a good example of how hard it is to see the tiny flowers of our Spanish moss. Every year, around early November, our Spanish moss bursts into bloom. We... Read more

    The 01 November 2016 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Fairy Tale

    Fairy Tale

    Once upon a time there was a Mummy bear and a Daddy bear. They had two lovely children and their lives were spent skipping around the woods, hand in hand.Well…... Read more

    The 03 November 2016 by   Chooksandroots
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  • The Tropical Border – 5th Year

    Tropical Border Year

    Each year, I hope that the Tropical Border will improve on the one before; that it will produce more flower, more stature, more oomph.And mostly that’s what it... Read more

    The 30 November 2016 by   David Marsden
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  • In A Vase On Monday – Spring Meets Autumn

    Vase Monday Spring Meets Autumn

    Just when it seemed that the summer show was over with all the annuals going to seed and the dahlias looking the worst for wear after a few light frosts,... Read more

    The 14 November 2016 by   Julie King
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  • We Love: Rebel Walls Murals

    Love: Rebel Walls Murals

    We love wallpaper – we’ve always loved wallpaper – but now we have the choice of murals as well the decisions are endless! So many delicious designs to choose... Read more

    The 04 November 2016 by   Hollie Brooks
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  • My Blooming Cactus

    Blooming Cactus

    I have a few house plants, but only ones that require little or no attention. Whilst I spend time nurturing my garden and outside pots, although my houseplants... Read more

    The 27 November 2016 by   Ronniejt28
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  • It's COLD!

    It's COLD!

    This week has brought us some bright but extremely cold weather. Night-time temperatures have been about -4 or -5, and day-time ones still in single figures. Read more

    The 30 November 2016 by   Mwillis
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