Gardening Magazine


  • End of Month Review June 2020

    Month Review June 2020

    June finds us three months into lockdown and I'd hoped things were starting to ease. I have had a trip out to a nursery and I 'd hoped to be resuming garden... Read more

    The 01 July 2020 by   Ozhene
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar

    Very Hungry Caterpillar

    Yesterday’s healthy tomato plant reduced today to a stick? Tomato hornworms may be to blame. What’s new in your garden? In mine, it’s tomato hornworms. Read more

    The 03 July 2020 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • These Are the Top 3 Things You Need in Your Kitchen Right Now

    These Things Need Your Kitchen Right

    We’re all spending more time at home over the past few months which means our kitchens might be getting a bit more love than usual. Read more

    The 03 July 2020 by   Mountain Publishing
  • Propagating Mint

    Propagating Mint

    4th July 2020 * General * Daniel Carruthersvia IFTTT Similar Articles 5 Low Maintenance Garden Plants It's... Read more

    The 04 July 2020 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Six on Saturday 4/07/2020

    Saturday 4/07/2020

    The small block of apartments where I live was built 25 years ago on the site of a large old house in huge grounds. We have some beautiful trees that have... Read more

    The 04 July 2020 by   Ronniejt28
  • The One Where I Am Not at RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival

    Where Hampton Court Garden Festival

    This forthcoming week I will not be at RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival, which is a double sadness as it was postponed until September and then cancelled... Read more

    The 05 July 2020 by   Ozhene
  • Harvesting


    I haven't posted here for a few days, but that's because I haven't been doing much gardening, mostly just watering and tying-in. Read more

    The 05 July 2020 by   Mwillis
  • The Very Hungry Reclassified Caterpillar

    Very Hungry Reclassified Caterpillar

    Not, in fact, a tomato hornworm. Last week I posted about the voracious caterpillars that decimated one of my tomato plants. I theorized, based on as close an... Read more

    The 07 July 2020 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Book Review - The Gardeners Book of Patterns by Jack Wallington

    Book Review Gardeners Patterns Jack Wallington

    Regular readers may recall that back in November 2019 I reviewed Jack Wallington's book 'Wild About Weeds'. I liked this book a lot and I enjoy how Jack writes... Read more

    The 07 July 2020 by   Ozhene
  • Tree Following July 2020 - the Quince Count Commences

    Tree Following July 2020 Quince Count Commences

    It is with great delight that I announce the Quince Count 2020 - last year there was no quince count but in 2018 the first quince count took place. Just... Read more

    The 09 July 2020 by   Ozhene


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