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15/07/2008 at 13:59
Some great blogs mentioned there, it's always nice to find new ones!

Here are some I read that you've not mentioned:

http://www.growingourown.co.uk/

http://fork-in-hell.blogspot.com/

http://www.smallestsmallholding.com/

17/07/2008 at 15:11
Oh gosh! I only wandered over to Gardeners World coz it's better than doing the budgets and what a wonderful surprise! Thank you so much x Yours inelegantly, HM
19/07/2008 at 00:05
I actually like the blogs that are more homey and down to earth. I don't like those that look like a professional gardener wrote it. I can buy their books or go to the web site. I like personal stories interwoven with the garden info. I like to read about failures and joys of gardening. I like yards that look like a normal person lives there and not someone who can afford five gardeners and their yard men.
19/07/2008 at 22:12
Somebody told me that The Garden Monkey was actually Joe Swift.
21/07/2008 at 18:59
No - Joe Swift is the Homer Monkey
22/07/2008 at 08:02
Hardcore !?! :)
25/07/2008 at 13:34
Can one of you experts out there tell me why my rose bushes are getting black leaves on them should i do something in February i have clay soil which is supposed to be good for roses the flower is fine
01/06/2009 at 15:51
I agree with Eve about enjoying the amateur blogs, but we are here after all reading professionals blogs too! Just found a weekly blog by a professional worth a read http://www.gardeningbloggers.com/ theruralgardener
01/06/2009 at 15:53
those black leaves will be caused by blackspot won't they? Wont really harm the plants.
22/06/2010 at 09:28
Could you take a look at my site please? http://archers-at-the-larches.blogspot.com/2010/06/gardening-in-pictures-part-iii.html Thanks
28/11/2011 at 18:36
Blimey - what a nice surprise and in the premier spot too! Thanks James :) xx
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