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Month: December 2018

January 2019 | Winter words

January 2019 | Winter words

Winter Trees Hi again from Rosanna and best wishes to all readers for a new and productive gardening year.  In my search for all the good things in a British winter I have discovered another positive that I was only dimly aware of liking so much – something that only the people of the North will see.  It arises from a combination of nature’s work and the lower hanging sun lighting things differently.  I have always enjoyed the sight of…

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December 2018 | Gardening – more than one way of doing things . . .

December 2018 | Gardening – more than one way of doing things . . .

Hi again – cold now but there is still the odd day of bright, clear weather to enjoy. Last month I was thinking back to when I worked in a community garden – one of my first roles after training – it was in a very urban area of south-east London and my brief was to cater for people who didn’t have space to grow much i.e. people without gardens, people with balconies or window boxes only.  Having usually had…

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