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Irritating Plant Month Wrong Rose Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Irritating Plant of the Month - The Wrong Rose

I had no hesitation this month when thinking about which plant was irritating me the most.  For there it is, flowering away in the front border, the wrong rose. Let me explain. I... Read more

Potting-up Tomatoes Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Potting-up Tomatoes

I think (I hope) the risk of frost has passed now, so I have potted up my tomato plants. Tomato plants are very "tender" and are easily damaged by frost. Read more


  • Why a Composite Door is the Right Choice for Your Home

    Composite Door Right Choice Your Home

    When it comes to adding the finishing touching to your home, many aren’t as important as the front door you choose. In terms of the overall exterior of your... Read more

    The 01 May 2017 by   Mountain Publishing
  • Product Review - Iconic African Plastic Kettle

    Product Review Iconic African Plastic Kettle

    I received an email relating to this plastic kettle and I was lucky enough to be sent one for me to feature. Not only does this kettle look good, it is perfect... Read more

    The 02 May 2017 by   Ozhene
  • Parham Gardens on the Last Day of April

    Parham Gardens Last April

    On Sunday 30 April, my friend and I dusted off our season ticket and paid a visit to Parham Gardens in Pulborough. We are lucky that it is only 20 minutes away... Read more

    The 02 May 2017 by   Ronniejt28
  • Thinning Carrots and Parsnips

    Thinning Carrots Parsnips

    Carrot seeds are tiny, and it is very difficult to sow them at the correct density, so most people (me included) sow them fairly thickly and then thin them out... Read more

    The 02 May 2017 by   Mwillis
  • Thenford Revisited

    Thenford Revisited

    One of the best things about visiting gardens is to return to see them again in different seasons.  A garden's character can be totally different dependent on... Read more

    The 04 May 2017 by   Ozhene
  • Signs of Summer?

    Signs Summer?

    OK, it's May now, so can the weather please warm up? I'm tired of the cold grey days. It wouldn't be so bad if those grey days had brought a bit of rain, but... Read more

    The 04 May 2017 by   Mwillis
  • Product Review: Baby Bio® Orchid Care

    Product Review: Baby Bio® Orchid Care

    Sponsored Post I have been a customer of Baby Bio® for more years than I care to remember, it can be measured in decades. Read more

    The 04 May 2017 by   Ozhene
  • Choosing Next Year’s Tulips

    Choosing Next Year’s Tulips

    5th May 2017 * General * Daniel CarruthersYes, I know that we are still enjoying this year's show, but now is the time to make a note/take a photo of what has... Read more

    The 05 May 2017 by   Danielcarruthers
  • We Love: London Basin Company

    Love: London Basin Company

    I’ve just fallen in love – with a washbasin – of all things! I didn’t know such beauties existed, they are like works of art and now I want one, but that’s not... Read more

    The 05 May 2017 by   Hollie Brooks
  • Bonsai Update — Risky Repotting

    Bonsai Update Risky Repotting

    First the good news: all the baby curry leaf trees are growing from seed. In fact all the seeds, even the slow starters in the punnet, are coming up. The bad... Read more

    The 06 May 2017 by   Gardenamateur


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