Gardening Magazine

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  • Jobs for November

    Jobs November

    The Garden Smallholder Fading light conditions can make time for the garden almost impossible if you’re busy, now is the time to get motivated to put the... Read more

    The 02 November 2016 by   The Garden Smallholder
  • Not Winter Yet!

    Winter Yet!

    I thought when looking out of the window early this morning that we had had our first frost of the year, but close inspection reveals otherwise. Read more

    The 02 November 2016 by   Mwillis
  • The Exotic Border Reviewed

    Exotic Border Reviewed

    The Exotic Border has been through more iterations than any other border in the garden.  It has in truth lacked direction and yet there has been a slim thread o... Read more

    The 20 October 2016 by   Ozhene
  • Fungi Walk

    Fungi Walk

    On Sunday I participated in a Fungi Walk, organised by the Countryside Rangers department of our local Council. It took place on Odiham Common, an area of... Read more

    The 12 October 2016 by   Mwillis
  • End of Month View – September 2016

    Month View September 2016

    Seriously how is it October? I’m sure it’s only midway through September! But at least I have kinda remembered this month to do the End of Month View, albeit a... Read more

    The 01 October 2016 by   Patientgardener
  • Collecting Seeds from Leaf Celery

    Collecting Seeds from Leaf Celery

    The other day I wrote about cutting down a massive Leaf Celery plant and saving some seed from it. Today I'm going to write about the result. Read more

    The 30 September 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Nailing the Tropical Rainforest Vibe

    Nailing Tropical Rainforest Vibe

    This trend is so fabulously lush that we can’t resist it here at MiaFleur. You may remember Hollie talking about the tropical interiors trend at the start of th... Read more

    The 20 September 2016 by   Hollie Brooks
  • How to Ripen Tomatoes So They Are as Sweet Vine Ripened

    Ripen Tomatoes They Sweet Vine Ripened

    We’re about to hit a cold snap and my garden is not ready for it. And I’m not sure I am, either! I read today that we’re in for freezing/cold rain and temps in... Read more

    The 19 September 2016 by   Omamas
  • End-of-season-itis


    I think it's fair to say that the best fruit and veg are not normally the ones produced right at the end of a plant's growing season. Read more

    The 07 September 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Red Cabbage "Ruby Perfection"

    Cabbage "Ruby Perfection"

    Earlier this year I planted 12 cabbage seedlings in one of my raised beds, and these included two "Ruby Perfection" Red Cabbages.Cabbages like this grow pretty... Read more

    The 03 September 2016 by   Mwillis

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