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Tag Archives: persicaria
After a summer of popping up in various vases I though it was about time that persicaria stood on on their own two feet and had a vase of their own. Flowering all summer, they come in a range of … Continue reading
It is too easy to focus on the seasonal rising stars in the garden – the snowdrops, the hellebores, the tulips and now clematis, aquilegia, allium and soon the roses, but what about the stalwarts, the unassuming, dependable fillers that … Continue reading
Temperatures have stayed low for the last few days, dipping below freezing overnight and not making outdoor jobs very enticing during the day – apart from my rambles, tasks were restricted to inspecting the greenhouse, picking a few raspberries and … Continue reading