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The Patient Gardener

For the love of gardening is a seed that once sown never dies, but always grows and grows to an enduring and ever-increasing source of happiness – Gertrude Jekyll

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Book Review: My Life with Plants

It was with some trepidation that I agreed to review Roy Lancaster's My Life with Plants; after all commenting on the writing of someone who is held in such high esteem by so many in the horticultural world and beyond... Continue Reading →

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My Garden This Weekend

The first weekend of 2015 is coming to a close and the prospect of returning to work after the Christmas break is upon me.  For me any time spent in the garden at this time of year is a bonus.... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes at the RHS

I had a wonderful day yesterday at RHS Wisley and to add to my enjoyment the sun shone which came as a welcome change to the recent cool and damp weather we have had. It is strange how I have... Continue Reading →

Images of RHS Chelsea 2014

I have been to the Press Day at RHS Chelsea Flower Show today, lucky me!  Its been a long day so I am too tired to post a proper post tonight but here are some images which you might like

Gardening Myths & Misconceptions – A Book Review

I firmly believe that a lot of garden lore derives from job creation for the legions of under gardeners that used to exist.  I have a habit of doing gardening jobs as and when they occur to me and I... Continue Reading →

The Great British Garden Revival – My thoughts

This week saw the start of a new 10 part gardening series commissioned by the BBC - The Great British Garden Revival.  The concept is  that each one hour programme is split in two with each half focussing on an... Continue Reading →

Education of a Gardener

I cancelled my RHS membership this week, well I cancelled the renewal of it.  This hasn't been an easy decision which is ridiculous given that it is just an annual subscription to something. Just after having made the decision I... Continue Reading →

What comes first?

What's more important to you  - plants or design?  For me its plants every time and always has been.  Originally I started with some bedding plants and hanging baskets then as my confidence grew I started to grow a few... Continue Reading →

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