Monthly Archives: August 2017

Summer time ….

….. and despite the largely cool, cloudy and damp weather the garden is singing to me. We have eaten the offerings of the berry and currant bushes. The tree fruits are ripening on their as yet slender boughs.     … Continue reading

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What to do about slugs?

I love this post from Carol about slugs in her garden. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I walked out the other day to find this: Endives seedlings munched to bare soil, despite being carefully tucked up in a pot with copper tape around the … Continue reading

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One School, One Planet – design challenge

The permaculture organisation Sector 39 in conjunction with Llanfyllin High School are rising to the huge challenge of climate change in a very pro-active and committed way.  There is this design challenge that they have recently issued and much more … Continue reading

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