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  • Important Maintenance Tips for Your Commercial Roller Doors

    Important Maintenance Tips Your Commercial Roller Doors

    Commercial roller doors are used on a regular basis, and due to the operation, the location, and weather exposure there is a certain wear and tear that happens. Read more

    The 14 August 2018 by   Mountain Publishing
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  • On the Downward Trend

    Downward Trend

    My plot at Courtmoor Avenue is not looking as fully populated as it was a few weeks ago.There is quite a bit of bare soil, now that the onions, shallots and... Read more

    The 13 August 2018 by   Mwillis
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  • How to Save Yourself Hours This Autumn!

    Save Yourself Hours This Autumn!

    Keeping a lawn clean and tidy is not the work of a moment. Even if yours is only a very small lawn, the chances are you will spend a lot of time dealing with... Read more

    The 13 July 2018 by   Mountain Publishing
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  • More Harvests from the Courtmoor Plot

    More Harvests from Courtmoor Plot

    Despite the continuing hot dry weather the plot has been giving me some more harvests. Amongst the most attractive was this bunch of "Long Red Florence"... Read more

    The 12 July 2018 by   Mwillis
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  • Centaurea Montana

    Centaurea Montana

    It's a purple / blue time in the garden, and I'm loving every day of it. The Montana (above) and the Dame's Rocket (below), are putting on quite a pretty show. Read more

    The 14 June 2018 by   Kate_miller
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  • Mid-May Plot Update

    Mid-May Plot Update

    Well, it's the middle of May, and my new plot is almost full up already! The only unprepared ground is one little strip about a metre wide, adjacent to the... Read more

    The 15 May 2018 by   Mwillis
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  • A Visit to Seville

    Visit Seville

    It's a long time since I posted anything about "travels", which is a bit remiss of me, considering that my blog claims to be about "Gardening, food, cookery,... Read more

    The 15 April 2018 by   Mwillis
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  • Potting up an Art Class

    Potting Class

    When a boiling hot day is forecast, do all your gardening as early as you can in the morning. Then, as a well-earned reward, enjoy a pot of tea. Read more

    The 17 March 2018 by   Gardenamateur
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  • 5 Seriously Cool DIY Ideas to Transform Your Home

    Seriously Cool Ideas Transform Your Home

    There’s a lot of bloggers out there posting DIY and craft posts, but most of them (if we’re being completely honest), leave us feeling a little less than... Read more

    The 16 March 2018 by   Hollie Brooks
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  • Cold, Wet and Grey

    Cold, Grey

    January is cold, wet and grey, who are not the three lost gnomes from Santa's grotto, or a lesser known music hall act along the lines of Wilson, Kepple and... Read more

    The 11 January 2018 by   Ozhene