Monthly Archives: October 2009

  • November in Your Garden

    Posted on October 30, 2009 by davidb

    As the Winter season draws closer we tend to neglect the outdoors and focus on keeping the House in good order. Keeping up good practice in the Winter months will halve the amount of time you'll need to put in during Spring, leaving you free to enjoy your garden for longer.
    Vegetables
    As the weather turns its [...]


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  • November in your Garden

    Posted on October 30, 2009 by davidb

    DB As the Winter season draws closer we tend to neglect the outdoors and focus on keeping the House in good order. Keeping up good practice in the Winter months will halve the amount of time you'll need to put in during Spring.

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  • October in Your Garden

    Posted on October 20, 2009 by davidb

    Just because its getting colder doesn't mean there is nothing to do in your garden! Make the most of the daylight hours and prepare your garden for a blossoming Springtime.
    Vegetables
    Plenty of veggies need to be sown or harvested this time of year.

    Sow spring Lettuce in cloches or cold frames
    Plant Rhubarb this can be done [...]


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  • Grandads back Garden

    Posted on October 20, 2009 by davidb

    "When I was a kid my brother and I used to spend time in Coventry with my grandad at the weekends. Next to his garage he had a lean to greenhouse all painted white."

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  • What Compost ?

    Posted on October 5, 2009 by davidb

    Compost is a soil substitute used for propagating and establishing plant. It needs to contain nutrients, retain warmth and moisture and be well-aerated. There is a wide range of composts available for both general and specific uses however, they all fall into two groups, soil-based or soilless.
    Below are some examples of basic compost mixtures:
    Seed:
    Can be [...]


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  • What Compost ?

    Posted on October 5, 2009 by davidb

    What Compost? Compost is a soil substitute used for propagating and establishing plant. It needs to contain nutrients, retain warmth and moisture and be well-aerated. There is a wide range of composts available for both general and specific uses however, they all fall into two groups, soil-based or soilless.

    Continue Reading


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