Monthly Archives: May 2014

Exuberant angelica

Reviewing recent photos confirmed what my senses told me – that when the angelica came up this year it veritably exploded from the ground!  One week it was a relatively small hummock of leafy growth, eight days later it had … Continue reading

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Plans and Priorities for 2014

My general aims for both gardens this year are: To increase the amount of produce from the perennial vegetables already under cultivation – essentially by having more plants. To extend the area under cultivation – in the Borderland garden. To … Continue reading

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