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  • A Welcome Return

    Welcome Return

    If you have been wondering why I have been a bit low-profile recently, and posting less often, it's because we have been away for a week, looking after Jane's... Read more

    The 31 August 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Warts and All Tour – 2016

    Warts Tour 2016

    Having neglected the blog and the garden this year I have been beating myself about both.  However, I have a week leave from work and have deliberately made no... Read more

    The 28 August 2016 by   Patientgardener
  • Iford Manor: an Italianate Gem

    Iford Manor: Italianate

    There is something about saving the best until last, there is also something about not knowing that you were saving the best until last but it turns out that yo... Read more

    The 28 August 2016 by   Ozhene
  • My Little Cornucopia

    Little Cornucopia

    Things may have got off to a slow start, but suddenly the vegetable plot is delivering faster than we can eat. All that wet early on also means that everything... Read more

    The 28 August 2016 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Harvest Monday - 22nd Aug 2016

    Harvest Monday 22nd 2016

    August is definitely my premier harvesting month!The tomatoes are rolling in now. Earlier in the year I thought I was going to lose the lot, what with compost... Read more

    The 22 August 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Continuing Care for the Tomatoes

    Continuing Care Tomatoes

    Having lost one of my big tomato plants to blight last week, I'm being even more assiduous in my care for the remainder now! I have largely managed to hold... Read more

    The 13 August 2016 by   Mwillis
  • A Garden Tour: The Old Forge

    Garden Tour: Forge

    I don’t feature The Old Forge very often but not because it isn’t worthy: it’s simply that The Priory is the main star of my blog and a jealous one too. Read more

    The 12 August 2016 by   David Marsden
  • Pepperpot Nursery

    Pepperpot Nursery

    These days I am more than ever "anti" the big corporations and prefer to support smaller, independent - and especially local - businesses whenever possible. Read more

    The 12 July 2016 by   Mwillis
  • Lysimachia Punctata

    Lysimachia Punctata

    (02/07/2016, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: Mid to late summerSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 90cmEventual... Read more

    The 12 July 2016 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Bringing Birds to My Garden with Ivel Valley

    Bringing Birds Garden with Ivel Valley

    I do think birds in a garden on a Summers day is a beautiful thing, as is a Robin on a winters mornng when the garden is full of snow. Birds are attracted to... Read more

    The 08 July 2016 by   Evette Garside

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