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Blackberry Garden Snowdrops Paperblog Pick in Gardening

The Blackberry Garden Snowdrops

I am currently enjoying visiting some amazing snowdrop gardens.  This has become a favourite pastime this time of year as it helps keep the winter blues at bay. Read more

Month View: February 2017 Paperblog Pick in Gardening

End of Month View: February 2017

I thought I would use my wide-angle lens to give you a better idea of the whole front garden. The photograph is taken from the top of the driveway; the gravel path leads to the... Read more


  • Eruptions in the Garden

    Eruptions Garden

    A little late in comparison to recent years, the garden is at last erupting with spring delights. Watching the soil in the pots by the kitchen door, as the... Read more

    The 18 February 2017 by   Ronniejt28
  • Notes from the Garden – 5/2/17

    Notes from Garden 5/2/17

    What a glorious treat, two whole days of gardening, in fact the first real gardening time this year. What with injuring my arm just after Christmas planting a... Read more

    The 05 February 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • This Week I Have Mostly Been Shovelling s...

    This Week Have Mostly Been Shovelling s...

    "Soil", that is... The two old raised beds have now gone, along with the line of paving-stones that used to run between them.Most of the soil has gone into the... Read more

    The 10 February 2017 by   Mwillis
  • Orange and Rose-Pink

    Orange Rose-Pink

    My Chinese Hat plant is in bloom again! Looking like bougainvillea from afar, the vine is putting out more and more of its orange flowers lately. The pic belo... Read more

    The 23 February 2017 by   Stephanie
  • Happy Chinese New Year!

    Happy Chinese Year!

    Spider tresses was the champion (still blooming profusely till today!) shrub during the Chinese New Year period. The shrub not only grew so lush and... Read more

    The 06 February 2017 by   Stephanie
  • Beetroot and Walnut Hummus

    Beetroot Walnut Hummus

    It’s February and we’re still harvesting beetroot from the kitchen garden. In order to use some up I made a delicious hummus following a River Cottage recipe,... Read more

    The 03 February 2017 by   The Garden Smallholder
  • Blueberries


    I don't claim to be an expert on Blueberries, but I just want to write a few words about what I have learned about them...The first thing is: Blueberries love... Read more

    The 18 February 2017 by   Mwillis
  • Book Review: The Gardeners Companion to Medicinal Plants

    Book Review: Gardeners Companion Medicinal Plants

    Sometimes a book comes along that is just a bit different to the everyday coffee table book on gardens and plants and The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal... Read more

    The 23 February 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • 5 Inspirational Flower Arrangements by Paula Pryke

    Inspirational Flower Arrangements Paula Pryke

    Paula Pryke’s latest book, called ‘Floristry Now, Flower Design and Inspiration’ was released on Thursday 16th February and is full of inspirational tips and... Read more

    The 23 February 2017 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Snowdrops


    "Every gardener knows that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle ... a seed waiting to sprout, a bulb opening to the light, a bud straining to unfurl. And th... Read more

    The 13 February 2017 by   Julie King


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