Category Archives: gardening

No Mow May v Lawn Porn… #nocontest

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We Have Cubs!

Watched by the Heads..

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Garden Mid May 2023 #garden

It’s very green but we’re still lacking the depths of colour. Still there’s time… I’ll just gallery the pictures for you to scroll through And there’s Dog and the Cat Guest And the last images of Vicky, who is now … Continue reading

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April Ends Growing Begins

What’s the second half of April given us in the garden. Lawn works, vegetables, pallet adaption and lots of colour… And of course there’s Dog…

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The Second Half #march #garden

No real commentary, just some images for this Tuesday

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March: Past And Present

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Metrological Spring, Or The End Of February #garden

The garden is slowly shedding its drab winter colours. Progress on the works at the end of the garden is being made – new gravel has been laid across some parts and some false sleepers ordered as stepping stones before … Continue reading

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A Half-Feb Garden

I’ve been channelling my inner pretzel with the Boy who assists, or who I assist – it’s up for debate – in the garden. The garden itself is still stacking waiting for permission to land… or should that be to … Continue reading

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The January Garden: A Wrap

It’s over. January, that is. We’ve had a bit of rain at the start, a lot of frost in the middle and the early stirrings of a mild and mildewy end. The lawn had an early mow, went to sleep … Continue reading

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Garden: January So Far

We’ve had sun, frost and rain but no snow. The temperature has touched the high teens and plumbed the below zeros. There’s a lot of green and brown, and white but little colour yet. The lawn has had a last … Continue reading

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