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JUNE 2020 | 3 Great Tips for allotment or vegetable garden

JUNE 2020 | 3 Great Tips for allotment or vegetable garden

Hi Everyone – welcome back, first of the month and here we are again.  The “big picture” this month is of a couple of roses that are just about to open from my garden – and I’ll add a few more.  June is the rose month and I did plan this year to go to a rose garden and see lots more but life hasn’t gone back to normal yet – I’m still limited to supermarket, pharmacy and allotment for exercise….

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September 2018 | Harvest Time

September 2018 | Harvest Time

Hi fellow gardeners – here we are in late summer, the heatwave is behind us and the days are for the most part sunny and pleasant enough and there is some welcome rain now and then. I now miss being one of the crack-of-dawn waterers group who for weeks on end fell out of their beds and onto their allotment plots in a daily struggle to water and keep everything alive in extreme heat. Allotment harvests vary considerably each year…

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August 2018 – Midsummer Heat | Top Tips

August 2018 – Midsummer Heat | Top Tips

For as long as I can remember Kings Cross for me was just a place I went to get a train when travelling north, although I was always well aware that it was not generally considered to be the best of environments. For a while I worked in the City and I used to walk from near the Angel to London Bridge so as to take in London places I had not yet seen. I remember being surprised and delighted…

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July 2018 | Importance of the Rose | Top Tips

July 2018 | Importance of the Rose | Top Tips

Hello again. I seem to have been a blur with two watering cans for what seems like weeks trying to keep alive plants in various places during our otherwise delightful heatwave.   Green Spaces   In the “big picture” this month are visitors enjoying the rose garden in Queen Mary’s Gardens, Regents Park. People love roses, you can visibly see people enjoying being amongst them. One person, making the inevitable phone call, was describing this rose garden as “heavenly”. In…

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