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Snowdrops: Divide and Rule!

I have long been a fan of snowdrops. They offer the best value of any garden plant and their crowning glory is their timing: they flower when almost nothing else is prepared to stick its head out of the soil. … Continue reading

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At Last, Signs of Change

What a weird winter we’ve been having so far. In December we had those terrible storms down the east coast, and now poor old Somerset and the West Country are facing a terrible onslaught. Yet still many people confidently assert … Continue reading

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A Funny Old Season

I do apologise to my long-term followers for all the recent stuff about detectives and fiction. The thing is, a chap has to earn a living, or in my case something that approximates to a retirement, and to do that … Continue reading

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Spring has Sprung

Of all the plants you can grow in a garden, snowdrops offer the very best value. For a start, they appear at a time when little else is growing, let alone flowering. They’re a sign of hope after a long … Continue reading

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