Monthly Archives: March 2011

Early Bounty

Wild garlic is now growing in profusion in the garden.  I have been harvesting small leaves for a couple of weeks but it seems that recent rain has brought on a growth spurt and large leaves abound.  I use it … Continue reading

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Spring Fever

Surely there is no lovelier place to be than in the garden on a sunny spring morning.  After such a long, and at times harsh, winter it feels even more of a privilege and blessing than ever.  More time in … Continue reading

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Buying Perennial Vegetables from France

I’m rather like a child at Christmas when I see the postman coming with a parcel for me.  Today there were two!  I have ordered Daubenton’s kale and some other perennial veggies – oca, yacon, perpetual leeks and sorrel from two … Continue reading

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