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Busy, busy, busy…………

I have been busy toiling away this morning in the hot sun.  Not an ideal time to plant things, but there were so many young plants in pots that needed to be planted out, particularly now it is getting hot.  They dry out … Continue reading

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Signs of new life in the veggie patch after December’s icy grip

After what the weather forecasters say is the harshest December since records began a hundred years ago it is no surprise that some of my prized plants are dead.  I have begun the plans to counter the damage with fresh … Continue reading

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