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Lawns, Lawns, Lawns…

Will all this Talk about Lawns…. being stressed by The Lack Of Rain… I Thought I would reflect on How Great a Grass Lawn actually is….and how it contributes to the garden….but first it’s worth pointing out that Grass Lawns have a great ability to survive drought and will survive the Summer of 2018 in…

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Gardens gone mad

The “Grass Lawn” a versatile essential part of modern living especially in Suburban Life. Taken for granted far to easily, working away 24 hours a day , requiring little or no thanks but always receptive to a bit of love . It brings life to what otherwise would be a sterile place being a home…

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Gardens gone mad

With the recent rise in the Housing Property Market it seems like an ideal time to look at other aspects of a house purchase, that await one when the deed is finally completed, namely the garden. I have found through bitter experience that rarely if ever, a practical budget is ever discussed during the purchase,…

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Evergreen Trees – The Truth

With the descent Weather holding up one tends to forget that it November is upon us but leaves are falling en mass . One of the reasons Trees loose there leaves in this part of the World is to allow much needed light into our lives , to maximise light ,when the sun up hours…

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The Energy Garden

One of Mother Earths many gifts to us is the garden it bring us so many pleasures and with a little extra effort it can produce fruits, vegetables, wine, cordials and even has the ingredients for home made plant based Shampoos, Soaps, Herbal remedies, home made pest control and compost and with the right planning…

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The Merchants of Seed

With a lot of down time in the garden recently, the song lyrics” November November its preparation its creation” came to mind while I put my “Must Get Garden List” together. Alliums bulbs for a bed that needs to be refreshed with there magnificent purple Mop Head flowers in May, a good spread of Native…

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