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Gardening theft

By Kate Bradbury in Gardeners' musings
My first allotment was robbed in winter. Nothing expensive was taken (there wasn't anything expensive to take), but my plastic, walk-in greenhouse vanished overnight... Continue reading...
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Sheep, cattle and grass

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
Sheep. It is not often enough that the role of sheep in our landscape is fully acknowledged. Continue reading...
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Signs of spring

By Pippa Greenwood in Gardeners' musings
Usually, after spending an hour or so in the garden at this time of year, I get a clear sense of how all the plants are doing. This time, though, there were conflicting signals. Continue reading...
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Preparing gardens for spring

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
The loveliness and gorgeous all-forgiving whiteness has gone and left behind it ... well, a lot of soggy, mucky chaos. Continue reading...
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Carol Klein: Life in a Cottage Garden

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
With such a dull, damp and dismal start to the year, I didn't feel very motivated to venture into my garden. That all changed last Friday [...] Continue reading...
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2011 in the garden

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
Rather than pestering you with annoying resolutions which few people outside a hilltop monastery can manage, I will, instead, give you a list of wishes... Continue reading...
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What to do with your old Christmas tree

By Kate Bradbury in Gardeners' musings
Where I live Christmas trees must be left in a brown bin (for food and garden waste), to ensure they will be recycled, otherwise they end up in landfill. Continue reading...
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Winter Wonderland

By Adam Pasco in Gardeners' musings
What a December we've had! I can't remember anything quite like this before. Can you? Continue reading...
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My gardening year

By Kate Bradbury in Gardeners' musings
I watched the evolution of the plot from courtyard to garden as more and more creatures visited it... Continue reading...
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Parsnips

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Gardeners' musings
Before the introduction of the potato to Europe in 1536, the parsnip was a much more mainstream vegetable than it is now. Continue reading...
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