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Forget inflation, the fuel crisis and Mr Putin, all is well with the world ‘cos our House-martins are back! A glimpse yesterday afternoon suggested that they were back, but it wasn’t...

Sue has finally achieved one of her biggest wishes – for the garden to appear in Gardens Illustrated magazine. It started in March last year with an e-mail from the magazine...

We’ve been in the News this month. First Stephen Anderton’s article in The Times on wild gardening, and the Sarah Price’s in Gardens Illustrated. We will be able to publish the...

Cat helping pollard a London Plane tree

….. for those souls who haven’t yet arranged for it to be delivered straight to their inbox! Due to demand we have now added an extra date for Mick’s amazing workshop...

Having just got back from a week away in the tiny cottage (above) on the Pembrokeshire coast – nearly in the sea as it felt on Friday night during the big...

We get so many wonderful comments in our Visitors Book and so many excellent conversations with our visitors, that one would think that someone putting something on their website wouldn’t be...

It’s that time of year admittedly, but this year there appear to be so many more birds in the garden. The sunflower seed feeder is crammed with lovely yellow Siskins, some...

Easter is the start of the house buying season; at least it is if it’s a nest box you are seeking. A couple of weeks ago we checked out our boxes,...

Impossible. We are frequently asked to provide some words about the garden. It always proves tricky. How to convey the essence of the experience in, quite often, very few words? Sometimes...