December

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The BBC will not do long range weather forecasts now and its odd really that as the technology for forecasting weather has improved we seem to be provided with less information but I honestly believe […]

November

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It’s November and one is tempted to believe that much of the garden is going to sleep. On closer inspection however it is clear to see that there are still a few leaves on trees, […]

October

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Bollingey is a bit off my beaten track but I have a good friend, Sally, who lives there who I usually meet somewhere between the two of us but I went over last week for […]

September

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It is exactly a year since my Rhode Island reds arrived and I look back on an interesting year with them. We prepared a large area of grass with wire chicken netting sunk to a […]

August

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Assuming you are at home and not entertaining hoards of relatives for this wonderful month of August then as I have said before now is the time to look around the garden and see what […]

July

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July, and all is well in the garden. A warm June with some welcome rains and little wind has sprung everything into life. The sappy spring growth has either fallen over in the winds or […]

June

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There’s so much to talk about in June that I am not sure where to start this month!! No doubt those with greenhouses are doing the usual dash to open them in the morning and […]

May

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With a few heady days of April sunshine we have all had an opportunity to get out there and start some real gardening. It makes such a difference when the sun is out. Everything seemed […]

April

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It is very difficult not to bang on about the weather and I am not going to resist temptation. Whilst the March sunshine was encouraging the cool nights meant that temperatures in the tunnels fluctuated […]

March

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I got quite excited in February when the temperature went up to 10c. My winter holiday was taken simply because there wasn’t a lot I could do with snow and ice on the ground. I […]

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