The evenings are getting darker and I am having to put the light on when my alarm goes off in the morning, which can only mean one thing, the colder weather is on it’s way, hopefully with some warm weather to keep us going! Last weekend we took out the remains of the beans and […]
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We have had a fair bit of warm weather over the past month, I can tell because the garden has gone crazy! The grass is needing mowing much more frequently, and the weeds grow before my very eyes, our tomato and chilli plants are growing nicely, although the beans and peas are struggling with the […]
Finally, it looks as if the good weather is here to stay (I hope) and with that, comes an abundance of growing within the garden, still plenty of time to plant your fruit and veg, and you will hopefully start seeing your flowers beginning to bloom. Our vegetable patch is taking shape, although I think […]
This is the time of year when all the new shoots and buds are supposed to be appearing, but this year, something has gone completely wrong with the weather, I woke up this morning to my roof covered in snow! But, not to fear I have a great round-up to keep your enthusiasm for the […]
At last there has been some sunshine, the Hawthorn bushes are full of white flowers, blowing across the country lanes, this for me signifies the start of the warmer weather! This week sees me celebrate my birthday, and my present is a lovely Wooden Greenhouse, so look forward to lots of growing posts on Hex […]
Hello and welcome to the very first Gardening Round-up, where I will bring you lots of tips and tricks from various green fingered bloggers who will guide you and your garden through the year. From a small window box to a country meadow, there will be something to suit all levels of gardener. I have […]
We can’t help thinking that one of our new regular columns makes life a little more beautiful. The Gardening Round-up is coming soon! It will feature great content on gardening, whether in a small window box or a 70-foot expanse. Don’t miss it — you’ll be inspired to get digging yourself.