Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Wild Edges of the Garden

I am reading Glennie Kindred’s book “Letting in the Wild Edges” http://permanentpublications.co.uk/port/letting-in-the-wild-edges-by-glennie-kindred and had it in mind this morning when I was out in the wild edges of my (Telford) garden. For one reason and another I have not had much time … Continue reading

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“Building” and planting the new garden

The new garden in the hills is coming along nicely.  As described on 14 April 2013 I used what was at hand initially to begin the new veggie patches and I have continued to do this to make fertilise and … Continue reading

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