Author Archives: Anni Kelsey

About Anni Kelsey

Author of Edible Perennial Gardening and avid researcher into edible perennials and associated useful plants.

Introducing Anni’s veggies – in pictures

I have just begun a new blog featuring photographs of my gardens taken over the last few years.  I have a vast store of pictures and this is an opportunity to showcase some of the best.  Take a look here … Continue reading

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Thousands of tiny flowers

The more time I spend watching the garden the more I have wondered about just how many flowers there are at any one time.  The plants I grow tend to have many, many tiny flowers and this afternoon I have been … Continue reading

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Tiny fruit trees

Last year I planted seven new fruit trees.  I desperately wanted to have lots of different types and searched for a means of making sure they were small trees.  Clearly you can choose dwarfing rootstocks but those I had planted … Continue reading

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Baby rabbit

One morning last week my partner noticed that we were being visited by a tiny baby rabbit and I managed to take this photo through the bars of the decking.  We watched her / him having a good feast as s/he stayed … Continue reading

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Plants For A Future Need Volunteers! — Forest Garden Plants

This is re-blogged from Forest Garden Plants, Plants for a Future is SUCH a BRILLIANT project ………   For the past five or so years I’ve been going down to help Addy Fern on the beautiful Plants for A Future … Continue reading

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Yet more mashua

If there is anyone else who would like some mashua tubers please let me know. 6 April, update, I have packed up some parcels today and there are still more lying in a basket hoping for a home so do … Continue reading

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Otter Farm updated update!

I am very pleased to say that Otter Farm reached their target! ************************ With six days to go, the Otter Farm Crowdfunder appeal is at 60% of its target.  Mark is offering some additional rewards for pledging as per his … Continue reading

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