Tag Archives: Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn’

Productive With Produce

The picture shows today’s pickings, which I realise have combined to make a nice contrasting display. There have been raspberries available for picking most days since July, and last year they continued into November – where just a handful is … Continue reading

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End of Month View: Catch Up Time

It’s hard to believe that May begins tomorrow, and although I have recently read that spring is generally believed to be about 20 days behind the norm in the UK I think there will be a huge variation across and … Continue reading

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Scratch n’ Sniff

You won’t smell anything if you do, but perhaps you can imagine my pleasure at finally finding out how delightful the fragrance of viburnum is (in this case Viburnum x bodnantense ’Dawn’) – several bloggers were describing this towards the … Continue reading

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Potgazing Produces Practical Plant-Up Plan

I continued with the plant-up yesterday, but was stymied by running out of John Innes No 3 and indecision about where some of the new and displaced plants were going to go. The first was remedied easily today, but then … Continue reading

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