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The middle of summer is a great time for thinking over ideas to give your garden a fresh look: small projects can be done straight away and big makeovers planned for autumn. more

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As another challenging growing season draws to a close, step back and take a hard look at the garden… Autumn is a good time to assess what’s worked well – and what hasn’t – in order to plan any changes over the coming months. These could be small on more

16 Oct 2017 14:46 Gardening

The ‘courgette crisis’ that hit the news a few weeks back is a timely nudge for all of us to have a go at growing our own. Even with just a pot-full or two of fresh leafy salad right outside the back door, you’re a bit less at the mercy of vegetable more

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Cutting gardens are becoming ever popular and Sue Fisher gives us some advice on how to get started and the types of flowers we should look out for. Local and seasonal produce is hugely popular around Devon, inspired by a long tradition of... more

Gardening

With a mild south-westerly climate and warmed by the tidal waters of the Tamar and Tavy estuaries, the Bere Peninsula has a rich horticultural heritage of fruit and flower growing. Strawberries, cherries, daffodils and many other crops were once pro more

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After a chilly spring that delayed both growth and outside work, the warmer days of summer are great for getting on with new garden projects – anything from a couple of new containers to a new border or patio. Garden shows and open gardens... more

Gardening

Spring is the ideal season to plant evergreens, both from the point of view of being the best time for plants to settle in, and because any winter-bare spots are still clearly visible. more

Gardening

Although spring tends to roll round early in these parts, the topsy-turvy weather of recent years means that gardeners need to be ready for anything from gales to snow or even drought more

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Fill your garden with scented plants and flowers to encourage relaxation and feelings of well-being. more

Gardening

The wet and windy summer has given our gardens a double whammy of the worst sort: battered by weather yet with maximum growth stimulated by the combination of damp and warmth. more

Gardening

The middle of summer is a great time for thinking over ideas to give your garden a fresh look: small projects can be done straight away and big makeovers planned for autumn. more

, Gardening

Sue Fisher tells us all about winter gardening, what we should be doing and what plants look good more

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