8 September 2011.
Gardeners should stop feeling guilty about killing slugs and admit to themselves that it has to be done to enjoy the enchantment of their gardens.
2 September 2011.
A new, simple 'how to' guide for communities wanting to start up, share or save their own community orchards that could help reverse the national decline in traditional orchards has been published by Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles.
1 September 2011.
Green-fingered prisoners from Young Offender Institution (YOI) Thorn Cross, in Cheshire, are celebrating having been selected by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) as winners of the Windlesham Trophy 2011, for best kept prison garden in England and Wales. It is only the second male young offender institution to win the award.
25 August 2011.
As summer changes to autumn, thousands of gardens bear an overwhelming abundance of fruit. In many cases much of this fruit is forgotten about, left to rot or finally cleared away to the compost. Fruitshare is about making this forgotten fruit available for others to use, whether for jams, puddings, juices, wines or ciders.
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