Index of blog posts

I worked for years as a secretary and administrator and it must be the inner-administrator in me – I want to make things neat and tidy and easy to find.  WordPress has tags and categories which can be used to look round a blog; however these rely on the author’s decision about what to tag / categorise and that can be a bit inconsistent.  And then there is the ever increasing list of posts in chronological order along the side of the blog which I think are a bit awkward to use as you have to look at each month individually to even read the titles which makes it hard to locate specific things of interest.

So here – with hyperlinks to take you to the posts mentioned – is a list in chronological order with the most recent first:   

Post Title and Date
Time to prune the tiny fruit trees 21 June 2016

Plan B   17 June 2016

Introducing Anni’s veggies in pictures  22 May 2016

Thousands of tiny flowers 8 May 2016

Tiny fruit trees   3 May 2016

Baby Rabbit    17 April 2016

Plants for a Future Need Volunteers   7 April 2016

Yet more mashua    5 April 2016

Otter Farm Updated Update10 March 2016

Please Support Mark Diacono’s Otter Farm Project    18 February 2016

Masses of mashua and plenty to spare    4 February 2016

Perennial Vegetable Podcast at The Guardian  23 January 2016

Will it grow?   17 January 2016

Harvests from the garden in 2015   7 January 2016

WordPress’s statistical review of 2015   5 January 2015

Happy Christmas   24 December 2015

The Worm by Emma Lawrence 1 December 2015

the garden going it alone  13 October 2015

Gold Medal for Permaculture Working with Nature Garden 19 August 2015

Our Permaculture Garden wins Gold Medal at Shrewsbury Show  16 August 2015

Permaculture Magazine 8 May 2015

Trusting Nature   1 May 2015

The New Kitchen Garden – Mark Diacono   12 April 2015

Fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers – polycultures anew   11 April 2015

Progress towards new planting areas   25 March 2015

Within the problem lies the solution    24 March 2015

St David’s Day and making a start on the new plans for the garden   1 March 2015

The year’s work and produce in the Borderland Garden 2014    7 February 2015

End of an era     14 November 2014

Mashua in flower     8 November 2014

A (somewhat early) harvest of yacon     2 November 2014

Of raspberries and other fruits ….. and cowslips     26 October 2014

Moving on     19 October 2014

Ground breaking parsnips    5 October 2014

Catalysis – my new blog    29 September 2014

With kindness and care    29 September 2014

This year’s batch of blackberry chilli syrup   5 September 2014

September reflections    1 September 2014

Shrewsbury Flower Show    10 August 2014

Woolly thyme and other creeping things    1 August 2014

Summer in the garden     27 July 2014

Emma Lawrence – the best illustrator    14 July 2014

Unintentional emails     9 July 2014

Holiday time     7 July 2014

Where are the bees?    6 July 2014

Nature’s way of planting   15 June 2014

Of edges and hedges  2 June 2014

Seen on holiday      1 June 2014

Exuberant angelica     23 May 2014

Plans and Priorities for 2014 15 May 2014

In praise of dandelions 19 April 2014

Recent (book related) Events       13 April 2014

The Edible Garden Show      15 March 2014
Edible Perennial Gardening  9 March 2014
Recent plantings and changes in the Borderland garden   2 March 2014
Evaluating 2013 in the Telford garden   23 February 2014

 

Delights in the mid winter garden 3 February 2014
List of perennial vegetable suppliers 2014 28 January 2014
What is the potential contribution of permaculture to feeding ourselves? 18 January 2014
Evaluating 2013 and looking forward to 2014 in the Borderland garden 7 January 2014
2013 in review – WordPress stats 3 January 2014
Comparing microclimates 6 December 2013
Autumn tidy up 20 October 2013
Hedgerow harvest – blackberry chilli syrup 14 October 2014
A holiday find – a beautifully presented array of local produce 3 October 2013
Ad hoc polycultures 9 September 2013
Communities taking action for the future 15 August 2013
Difficulties, problems and mistakes 5 August 2013
The wild edges of the garden 12 July 2013
“Building” and planting the new garden 1 July 2013
The garden is bursting with life! 17 June 2013
The garden recovering from a setback 28 May 2013
Introducing the “hedgetable patch” 6 May 2013
Ingredients for a new perennial vegetable patch 14 April 2013
Spreading other people’s good ideas 15 March 2013
My book – Edible Perennial Gardening 25 February 2013
Bittercress is not bitter 11 February 2013
Winter harvest 28 January 2013
Warming soup on a cold day 20 January 2013
Reviewing 2012 6 January 2013
Getting out in the rain to harvest some root veggies 29 December 2012
New horizons – a borderland garden 4 December 2012
Making more room to grow 27 September 2012
Forming a relationship with the garden 2 September 2012
Using diverse crops to ensure a yield (2) 16 August 2012
Layers of fruity delight 28 July 2012
Using diverse crops to ensure a yield 3 July 2012
How important are aesthetics? 18 June 2012
Making light work of it! 13 May 2012
True spring onions 20 April 2012
Collecting as much food as I can from the garden (3) 31 March 2012
Dreaming of perennial polycultures and forest gardens 27 February 2012
Raised beds or no raised beds? 11 February 2012
Adapability ….. versatility …… resilience……? 5 February 2012
Cooking from the garden – roasted perennial (and other) root veggies 29 January 2012
Birdsong, January sunshine and bright green leaves 26 January 2012
Collecting as much food as I can from the garden (2) 19 January 2012
Oca in a pot and in shade 13 January 2012
Growing oca (3) – and harvesting and eating it 5 January 2012
Collecting as much food as I can from the garden 9 December 2011
Where are the frosts? 3 December 2011
Autumn glory 28 October 2011
Beans in the apples 14 October 2011
Creating a new polyculture bed 30 September 2011
Polycultures on holiday 25 September 2011
We have had an unusually dry summer 16 September 2011
Potted polycultures (2) 3 September 2011
Wonderful Welsh onions 31 August 2011
Soft mellow days 20 August 2011
Messy gardens 16 August 2011
Refreshing my spirit 10 August 2011
Summer time ….. 5 August 2011
Growing oca (2) 25 July 2011
Mulch, mulch and more mulch 23 July 2011
After six months of happy blogging ….. 7 July 2011
Potted polycultures (1) 2 July 2011
Unplanned harvests 20 June 2011
I’m wondering about the chicory 16 June 2011
A dose of optimism 13 June 2011
Busy, busy, busy ….. 4 June 2011
A tip about starting polycultures 2 June 2011
Fluffy soil 27 May 2011
Fertility 22 May 2011
Wildlife in the garden 16 May 2011
Things are going well ….. 13 May 2011
Growing polycultures 6 May 2011
New arrivals 27 April 2011
Not working hard in the garden 22 April 2011
Is anyone interested in piloting a demonstration of perennial vegetables? 17 April 2011
Growing oca 9 April 2011
Flouting the “rules” (2) 4 April 2011
Forest gardening in miniature (2) 3 April 2011
Spring clear up 1 April 2011
Early bounty 30 March 2011
Spring fever 25 March 2011
Buying perennial vegetables from France 4 March 2011
Flouting the “rules” to see what will happen 21 February 2011
Taking nature’s cue to sow the first seeds of 2011 14 February 2011
Perennial vegetables 31 January 2011
Yes this is a photo of my vegetable garden! 23 January 2011
Forest gardening in miniature 19 January 2011
Signs of new life in the veggie patch after December’s icy grip 10 January 2011

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