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  • The Quince Hedge is Coming of Age

    Quince Hedge Coming

    Way, way back in the mists of time (2011), when this blog was just starting to be, I wrote a piece about my quince hedge. Looking at the photograph at the time... Read more

    The 26 March 2017 by   Ozhene
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  • Help! I’ve Made an Impluse Buy (again).

    Help! I’ve Made Impluse (again).

    Generally my life is organized and I am a planner, however for some strange reason this doesn’t happen with my garden. I am an impulse buyer, frequently left... Read more

    The 12 March 2017 by   Ronniejt28
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  • In a Vase on Monday: A Bowl of Hellebores

    Vase Monday: Bowl Hellebores

    It seems inevitable that hellebores would feature this week especially after seeing so many at Ashwood Nurseries on Saturday. I have realised that I have quite ... Read more

    The 06 March 2017 by   Patientgardener
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  • A Tulip Surprise

    Tulip Surprise

    It’s surprising what little it takes to produce the feeling of sheer delight together with some frustration on occasions. After growing just a few tulips in pot... Read more

    The 13 March 2017 by   Ronniejt28
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  • Our Garden Furniture Range for Summer 2017

    Garden Furniture Range Summer 2017

    While we’ve been stocked up with a new range of garden furniture for this years season, it’s actually looking like we will sell out before the peak season this... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Matt From Sgc
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  • A Jugful of Hellebores

    Jugful Hellebores

    "For in every adult there dwells the child that was, and in every child there lies the adult that will be." ― John Connolly, The Book of Lost Things I hav... Read more

    The 06 March 2017 by   Julie King
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  • Edgeworthia-watch

    Edgeworthia-watch

    Regular readers will know that I am very precious about my Edgeworthia chrysantha.  I keep an over-protective eye on it at all times, and this is heightened ove... Read more

    The 12 March 2017 by   Ozhene
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  • Dark Purple Sweet Potato – Ipomoea Molokai

    Dark Purple Sweet Potato Ipomoea Molokai

    The sweet potato is a food rich in nutrients, low in caloric content and highly beneficial to our health. This herbaceous and perennial plant has great... Read more

    The 30 March 2017 by   Canarius
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  • The Bridal Flowers 2 - All Systems Go

    Bridal Flowers Systems

    Suddenly it is time to get on with it, I have bought books, I have chatted with friends and made new friends from gaining advice on what to do and when. Read more

    The 30 March 2017 by   Ozhene
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  • How to Germinate Chillis

    Germinate Chillis

    All over my social media orbit right now I'm seeing people writing about chillis. The early starters already have plants several inches high, and are posting... Read more

    The 06 March 2017 by   Mwillis
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