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Half a Mild

It was another more than half decent day today, with temperatures again on the mild side at around 10°C and no frosts for a few days either. The species snowdrops are coming on in leaps and bounds, and even though … Continue reading

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A Seedy Business

A damp earlier part to the day saw me leafing through seed catalogues and Sarah Raven’s ‘Bold and Brilliant Garden’, starting to rough out a list of potential seed purchases. Our local garden centre always has a 50% discount on … Continue reading

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Compare and Contrast

Having now had a complete calendar year of blogging I now have a better record than my own memory of what was happening in the garden a year ago, and am thus better able to compare and contrast. When posting … Continue reading

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Short but Beautiful

His eyesight not being as it was, if the Golfer was reading this post (which he won’t be) he might think I was writing about myself 🙂 but no, it happens to be the shortest day of the year today … Continue reading

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GBBD: and the Bells Are Ringing Out

Each month when we feature the blooms in our gardens for Garden Bloggers Blooms Day we wonder what will be available the next month, even more so at this time of year. Carol of May Dreams Gardens kindly hosts this … Continue reading

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We Three Kings (GBFD)

How green was my garden?! Very green! There is SO much fresh green foliage that it is hard to believe it is December, and I could have filled the post with the luxuriant greenery of penstemons, ferns, hellebores and rhododendrons. I gather that … Continue reading

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