February

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Bearing in mind the continuously cold weather and at the risk of boring the knowledgeable people amongst you, I am going to start covering some very basic concepts of gardening which are fundamental to understanding […]

January

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We will all have appreciated that many large private gardens developed in the mid to late 1800s by the grand Victorian gardeners were the product of the plant hunters who brought us so many species […]

December

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It has been a hairy few weeks of wind, rain and then a bit more of both but more forceful!! I do find strong wind very tiring to work in and frankly doing too much […]

November

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We have enjoyed a few beautiful days of sunshine during October and I believe almost record temperatures for this time of year. It does not make up for the dreadful summer but many days of […]

October

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The good folk of Veryan never fail to come up with the goods for Veryan Show. I dashed down to the village hall on the Friday evening with my few entries as I was off […]

September

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I always feel that September is a time for reflection. To consider what has been successful with the spring and summer season and what has gone wrong. Also to consider what was attributable to my […]

August

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Many of the gardening books will recommend that you take a break in August to enjoy your garden and appreciate all the hard work you have put in. I reckon that depends entirely on the […]

July

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It’s July already, the nights are drawing in and so far it’s shaping up to be a better summer than the last two. You see it depends on whether you are a holiday maker needing […]

June

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Congratulations to the founders of Roseland-Online. Whether you like technology or not it is here to stay. I see the use of a computer as another means of communicating and spreading knowledge, although not the […]

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