Monthly Archives: July 2016

Plants on the move

I don’t do much in the way of interfering in my garden and as a result plants can move about in unplanned ways that often make lovely combinations.  Some are vegetables, some herbs and others are flowers, but they all … Continue reading

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Japanese wineberry

This picture is in response to Mortal Tree’s blog post about wineberries.  It’s a fantastic blog, so why not read some of the other excellent posts?

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Biomass

I wanted a lot of growth this year, mostly for biomass to eventually decompose into humus to enrich the very stony and clay soil in my long bed.  On 6th June the cardoon which is at the centre of the … Continue reading

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Sweet cicely seeds

My sweet cicely seeds are just about ripe.  If you would like some to sow right away please email me – annisveggies@hotmail.co.uk or leave a comment on this post.  I don’t anticipate charging postage if you live in the UK … Continue reading

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