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Thinning seedlings – east side

For me, the hardest garden job I have to complete is thinning seedlings. Continue reading Thinning seedlings – east side

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Our garden needs you: Kickstarter update

Kick$tarter Update

Now, more than ever: OUR GARDEN NEEDS YOU!

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Bellis Perennis

I have a real love of easy to grow flowers.
When I was really little,  I remember that every time my Grandmother came over she would dig daisies out of our lawn!

I thought it was a hoot to see my old Nan digging bits out of our lawn and sticking them in a plastic bag in her hand bag (she always had a plastic bag tucked inside her hand bag…. I actually think she probably always traveled with a pair of seceteurs too!). Continue reading Bellis Perennis