News

  • September 2020

    A couple of plants I’m really fond of are Dicentra formosa or Wild Bleeding Heart and Kniphofia rooperi, the red...

  • August 2020

    One of the things about a garden being left to its own devices for three months is that everything will...

  • July 2020

    There was much celebration on my part when I got the news that I was coming off furlough early. I...

  • June 2020

    As the lockdown continues and still only Tony and myself in the garden it can sometimes seem a bit of...

  • May 2020

    I’ve hijacked Tricia’s column this month because she and Heather are furloughed to help conserve limited garden funds. She is...

  • April 2020

    I had already written my article for April about all the great things we were doing in the garden, the...

  • March 2020

    You’d need to have your fingers in your ears and over your eyes simultaneously, (never an easy feat) not to...

  • February 2020

    I still can’t stop thinking about planning for the winter garden even though there are only a few weeks left...

  • January 2020

    Last month I was at an RHS gardeners’ networking day down at Hyde Hall, their garden in Essex. They built...