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  • Harvesting Broad Beans

    Harvesting Broad Beans

    One of the chief advantages of growing vegetables in your back garden, as opposed to on an allotment or plot some distance away, is that you can pick what you... Read more

    5 hours, 37 minutes ago by   Mwillis
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  • Summer Gardens of Dorset – Day One

    Summer Gardens Dorset

    Last year in July I went on my first Saga holiday to the Peak District on tour of 6 restored gardens and blogged about it when I returned home: A Garden... Read more

    The 19 june 2018 by   Ronniejt28
    @hurtledto60
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  • The 10-Year Rewind – Part 19 – Petty Jealousies

    10-Year Rewind Part Petty Jealousies

    Every day this month I am looking back on the 10 years since I started this blog in June, 2008. Part 19 is this one — Petty Jealousies — from March 2014, in... Read more

    The 19 june 2018 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Confusing Crossed Creations

    Confusing Crossed Creations

    Crossing different things with each other is as old as time itself. Mother nature has been doing it forever, sometimes with the end product being rather... Read more

    The 19 june 2018 by   Thecitrusguy
    @SCCitrusguy
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  • Spidey

    Spidey

    I repurposed my wine bottle. 👌Makes a beautiful vase, don't you think?It's holding Spidey. A truly ancient Spider Plant that has been with me since my college... Read more

    The 19 june 2018 by   Kate_miller
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  • The 10-Year Rewind – Part 18 – Spring Cleaning

    10-Year Rewind Part Spring Cleaning

    Every day this month I am looking back on the 10 years since I started this blog in June, 2008. Part 18 is this one — Spring Cleaning — from September 2012. Read more

    The 18 june 2018 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Indian Paintbrush

    Indian Paintbrush

    Prairie Fire ~ also known as Indian Paintbrush ~ blooming in the grassy meadow, near my home. If she looks different than other Paintbrush flowers you've seen,... Read more

    The 18 june 2018 by   Kate_miller
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  • My Sweet Little Allotment

    Have I mentioned I love my allotment and how happy I am lately? Even flying visits to water leave me feeling immensely proud, happy and relieved. Read more

    The 18 june 2018 by   The Garden Smallholder
    @gdnsmallholder
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  • Cutting Some Losses

    Cutting Some Losses

    I've mentioned before that some of my potato plants at the Courtmoor plot have been afflicted with Blackleg disease. It was obvious to me that they were not... Read more

    The 18 june 2018 by   Mwillis
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  • The 10-Year Rewind – Part 17 – Cowgirlz

    10-Year Rewind Part Cowgirlz

    Every day this month I am looking back on the 10 years since I started this blog in June, 2008. Part 17 is this one — Cowgirlz — from September 2011, another... Read more

    The 17 june 2018 by   Gardenamateur
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