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I don’t know whether you know this already but of the 267 species of bee in the U.K. and Ireland, 90% of them are solitary bees. ..read more
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We build a relationship with tomatoes unlike almost any other plant in our vegetable garden as they need such constant and varying care. ..read more
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I mentioned a couple of mails ago that we would be adding a new flowering plant section to our website but as usual I am a bit behind. We ..read more
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Although I find it very difficult to comprehend I have to accept that there are people out there who don’t find photos of vintage ..read more
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We are taking a break from the vegetable garden this week and looking at some wild flowers as they are often far prettier than anything in ..read more
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It is rare you come out of a pub with anything useful but it was a chance encounter in a local hostelry which led to a complete ..read more
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I did manage to do a test build of our new fruit cage system over the weekend. The photo above shows the frame without the net obviously ..read more
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Following on from last week’s post I thought we would continue with more planting tips, this time on tomatoes as I put some in my tunnel ..read more
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Brace yourselves folks, we are now entering the busiest time of year in the vegetable garden. The soil has warmed sufficiently for sowing ..read more
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The Evolution of the Wild Cabbage Plant My recent bedtime reading has been ‘The Blind Watchmaker’ by evolutionary biologist Richard ..read more

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