Monthly Archives: October 2013

Autumn Tidy Up

This weekend I have had an opportunity to get out into the Telford garden enjoying the golden autumn sunshine and doing some tidying up.  I have not had much time to spend in this garden over the summer and until … Continue reading

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Hedgerow Harvest – Blackberry Chilli Syrup

The hedgerows snaking alongside the lanes and paths close to my borderland garden have been brimming with blackberries this summer.  My partner and I have enjoyed spending time ambling along picking and eating copious amounts.  Mostly we have eaten them … Continue reading

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A holiday find – a beautifully presented array of local produce

Whilst on holiday last week we visited Charlcote Park which is a National Trust property in Warwickshire.  Situated adjacent to the car park is a garden centre which also sells the most wonderful array of local produce.  I have never … Continue reading

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