Gardening Magazine


  • The Early Morning Gardener

    Early Morning Gardener

    Of course it is impolite to eavesdrop on others' conversations, and I'm far too well brought up in the old-fashioned way to do it intentionally, but boy do I... Read more

    The 24 November 2016 by   Gardenamateur
  • Anemone Arrangement

    Anemone Arrangement

    Anemone Arrangement It's that time again....the winter ranunculus and anemone season is here. Naturally they will be used a lot. Today's beauty is a white... Read more

    The 26 November 2016 by   Botanicart
  • Not Winter Yet!

    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

    The 02 November 2016 by   Mwillis
  • A Box with a Secret Inside

    with Secret Inside

    "Here is a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play. But this box can hide a secret inside. Can you guess what is in it today? Read more

    The 03 November 2016 by   Ozhene
  • Tree Following: Autumn Beckons

    Tree Following: Autumn Beckons

    The quince tree is denying autumn.  It is standing, thinking, waiting, making a small concession but not allowing autumn to take complete hold. The tree is... Read more

    The 06 November 2016 by   Ozhene
  • Almost Done with Bulb Planting

    Almost Done with Bulb Planting

    I feel as it I have spent most of the past month getting bulbs into the ground and into pots, and now the finishing line is almost in sight. Read more

    The 19 November 2016 by   Danielcarruthers
  • The Slowest Sprouts on Earth

    Slowest Sprouts Earth

    For the last few years I have managed to grow a small number of "competent" Brussels Sprouts, but this year I'm really struggling.When you look at the tops of... Read more

    The 16 November 2016 by   Mwillis
  • A Pitstop at Hidcote

    Pitstop Hidcote

    How does one start to write about Hidcote? The issue is it has all probably already been said. Is this going to stop me? Of course not. Read more

    The 10 November 2016 by   Ozhene
  • Boletus Edulis - the Cep

    Boletus Edulis

    Out walking yesterday I spotted a nice specimen of Boletus Edulis, the Cep / Penny Bun, probably the most sought-after of all wild mushrooms, and of course I... Read more

    The 04 November 2016 by   Mwillis
  • The Last Sweetpea

    Last Sweetpea

    "We are the last of our kind" cry the sweetpeas, "the very last." "You are the last for this year, yes, the season is almost over. Read more

    The 20 November 2016 by   Ozhene


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