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Nasturtiums in January

Sometimes procrastination can be good. I had intended to take a photo of the nasturtiums in the front garden in December, as I was pleased they were still on the go then. Anyway, this never happened but as I was … Continue reading

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Last garden bash for 2018

I can’t believe it is the end of the year. And after about a month of work on the pond, it is still not finished. However, I feel real progress was made today and I’m sure I will sleep well … Continue reading

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Down to the subsoil

After procrastinating – well, waiting for the rain to stop – I finally got down to making a hole for the pond. As you can see, it’s not terribly deep. In fact, it is less than a spade in depth. … Continue reading

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My very own red-veined sorrel

Earlier in the year at Old Sleningford Farm when we were tidying up the paths round the raised beds, there was red-veined sorrel, some of which I brought home to try. I’d expected it to be bitter but in fact … Continue reading

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