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13 November 2014
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- Surrey Docks Farm at Edible Garden Show
- Stewart Garden TV launches online videos with Pippa Greenwood
- Twycross elephants feast on hydroponic lettuce
- Woodland Trust competition winner captures the essence of wild summer
- New outbuilding for Ramsey Abbey’s Walled Kitchen Garden restoration project
- Climate change causes bees and plants to be out of sync
- Health experts issue warning about autumn gardening
- Last chance for bees
- Virtual Gardening School
- Cotehele's Christmas garland
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6 November 2014
As the winter weather bites, birds, especially pigeons, will become more and more interested in your hardy winter cabbages, sprouts, kale, caulis and broccoli. Since they are very early risers, they can do immense damage before you even reach the plot in the morning to shoo them away.
2 October 2014
If you like to dig your soil each year to help incorporate organic matter or perhaps to help alleviate a serious weed problem, now is the time to start. This assumes that the soil is in a suitable condition – that is, not too wet or, as the winter progresses, frozen. However, the longer the weather has to work on the soil, the better.
Other Feature Articles
26 September 2014People’s motives for growing plants vary. For some it’s about economy, for others it’s purely for enjoyment or knowing where your produce comes from and what goes into it. And then there are those who ‘Grow to Show’.
12 February 2014The timing of this blog was inspired by a very special little girl. This delightful little thing was sitting in her high chair with a small tomato in each hand biting into them alternately and really savouring the flavour. Interestingly, neither of her parents likes tomatoes so it is nice to see them letting her try things for herself. I’m guessing her mum might be growing some cherry tomatoes this year!
12 November 2014
Chelsea Physic Garden’s Snowdrop Days 2015 will be focusing on those stunning harbingers of spring, snowdrops. Visitors will be able to view snowdrops at eye level in a range of quirky new displays that will reveal their subtle complexities.
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