There are a few key points in the year when it feels really natural and easy to plan. I added bluebells to my ‘to-do’ list after spotting this lovely scene of bluebells under one of the hedges in the garden that merged into a shock of stinging nettles. I have a battle with stinging nettles.…Read More
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Golden Autumn in the garden.
In the Veg Patch
Last year we built a couple of raised beds in our veg patch. It’s something we’ve wanted to do for ages and lock down gave us the perfect opportunity. The veg patch is at the bottom of the garden and luckily for us, was already full of delicious and established fruit like rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries,…Read More
Nope not the super cool HBO series, but the need to replace and rejuvenate horticulturally speaking. Kind of scary if like me you moved into an awesome garden and then realised you need to keep it going by doing more than a bit of watering, weeding and pruning. Doing this means taking care of: Planting…Read More