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Over the years I have discovered that gardening with perennials is about playing the long game, looking to the future and being patient.  You can’t have what you might want immediately, you may not be able to have it soon … Continue reading

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The garden recovering from a setback

As time passes I am becoming more convinced that the (Telford) garden is becoming increasingly fertile and also more resilient and able to recover from setbacks.  Recently we had to have the fence renewed down one side of the garden … Continue reading

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True spring onions

We all know what spring onions are – right?  These days they come year round in the shops and if you grow them in the garden they are probably ready to eat in the summer rather than spring.  For me … Continue reading

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