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Felling trees

By Richard Jones in Unassigned
Saturday was a fabulous blazing sunny day ... I did the macho lumberjacking bit, in my suitably butch steel-toe-capped boots and very bright white hard hat. Continue reading...
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Out and about in autumn

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Unassigned
If you can spare a moment from harvesting pumpkins, admiring dahlias and cutting things back then this is a good time to think of your last garden visits of the season. Continue reading...
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Agapanthus seed heads

By Adam Pasco in Unassigned
It pays not to be too neat and tidy in the garden or you'll miss out on so many unexpected delights. Continue reading...
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Growing garlic

By Jane Moore in Unassigned
Growing garlic is easy and hugely rewarding. You can plant it now or leave it until later on in the autumn or winter - whatever you like, it really doesn't matter. Continue reading...
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Tomato blight

By Pippa Greenwood in Unassigned
With my perverse interest in pests and pathogens, I find blight quite interesting. And this year has been especially interesting, as both the crop and the disease thrived. Continue reading...
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Gardening gloves

By James Alexander-Sinclair in Unassigned
I'm pondering the great 'glove question'. My reflections are prompted by having such cold fingers that I've had to dig out my fingerless Scrooge gloves... Continue reading...
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Japanese anemones

By Adam Pasco in Unassigned
...it's so uplifting to see others, such as Japanese anemones, ending the year with all guns blazing. Continue reading...
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