Monthly Archives: January 2014

List of Perennial Vegetable Suppliers 2014

The most popular links on my blog are easily those to seed companies that sell perennial vegetables.  Last year I did a spreadsheet to cover all the main perennials and who supplies them and supplied it to a few people … Continue reading

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What is the potential contribution of permaculture to feeding ourselves?

This post is written in response to a post on the Transition Social Reporters blog entitled “The trouble with permaculture”. The post overall is appreciative of permaculture and what it has achieved whilst raising the following issues that I have … Continue reading

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Evaluating 2013 and Looking Forward to 2014 in the Borderland Garden

2013 gave me an wonderful opportunity to start a new garden in the Welsh / English borders.  There are already a series of posts about this venture, and there are links below to some of these.  At the start of … Continue reading

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2013 in review – WordPress stats

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog which I thought I might as well share.  I will be doing my own review – of the gardens in 2013 – hopefully later on this month. … Continue reading

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