Gardening Magazine

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  • Me, My Camera and Macros

    Camera Macros

    A few (!!) years ago I was given a Nikon DSLR camera for my 60th birthday. For months afterwards I took it everywhere with me, annoying the life out of... Read more

    The 26 February 2017 by   Ronniejt28
  • The Blackberry Garden Snowdrops

    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

    The 26 February 2017 by   Ozhene
  • Musings from the Sofa

    Musings from Sofa

    Yes from the sofa as I have been incapacitated since Tuesday and spent every day stuck on the sofa wary of any movement which might cause me excruciating pain.... Read more

    The 18 February 2017 by   Patientgardener
  • Leeks - a Meagre Harvest

    Leeks Meagre Harvest

    OK, I'll admit it. My crop of Leeks this year was not a success! Foolishly, I tried to cram too many vegetables into a small space and planted my Leeks in beds... Read more

    The 08 February 2017 by   Mwillis
  • A Garden Tour: The Clergy House, Alfriston

    Garden Tour: Clergy House, Alfriston

    On a sunny day in June of last year, and anxious to avoid a long list of home DIY jobs, I drove a few miles over the South Downs to the village of Alfriston. Read more

    The 26 January 2017 by   David Marsden
  • In A Vase On Monday – Forced Blossom

    Vase Monday Forced Blossom

    This week I have remade the vase of lichen covered twigs and hydrangea Annabelle from a few weeks ago. Last week I included a few branches of Viburnum... Read more

    The 16 January 2017 by   Julie King
  • Tree Following January 2017 - You Got a Friend

    Tree Following January 2017 Friend

    Way back in the day when I purchased my quince tree it said very clearly on the label that it was self-fertilising.  I believed this and took it at its word. Read more

    The 08 January 2017 by   Ozhene
  • A New Collaboration – The Cutting Garden Collective

    Collaboration Cutting Garden Collective

    I have been wanting to offer courses in my garden for a few years now, but have always found reasons not too. In August last year I met Brigitte, the very... Read more

    The 07 January 2017 by   Julie King
  • The Pending Pergola

    Pending Pergola

    or an update to a Life Less Wonky It is clearly an annual event that I stand in front of the pergola and consider it. I mainly consider its longevity, or... Read more

    The 29 December 2016 by   Ozhene
  • The Parsnip - Unsung Hero of the Winter Garden

    Parsnip Unsung Hero Winter Garden

    I sometimes describe Parsnips as "Marmite" vegetables - you know, love 'em or hate 'em. Mention Parsnips and many people will cringe and say "Yuck, disgusting!". Read more

    The 12 November 2016 by   Mwillis

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