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For those of you who are not ‘signed up’ to receiving our bi-monthly Newsletter, here is the latest issue. To get it straight to your e-mail box, just ask!

We were due to hold one of Sue’s “excellent” (participant’s quote, not ours!) Compost Making workshops at the beginning of June, but that isn’t now going to happen due to the...

Regular readers of this blog and our newsletter will recall that last Autumn Sue and the wonderful people from Candide recorded an audio tour of our lovely garden.  The tour describes...

For those who are not yet on our Newsletter mailing list  – shame on you!! – here’s the recent March one.  Next one will be early May (as long as I...

Our latest video clip of the garden features Sue explaining the different mulches that she is using on each segment in the circular bed around the Szechuan peppercorn tree. Keep a...

We have been producing our Newsletter for just over two years now, but have to date only sent it out to our loyal band of newsletter followers.  To celebrate the new...

You’ve seen the pictures, you’ve read the blog, now you can hear all about it from the Head Gardener herself.  A wonderful new app called Candide features audio tours of many...

Gardens can be colourful and full of flowers OR highly productive vegetable gardens but not particularly colourful or flowery.  Right?  Actually they can be both and the humble pea is a good example...

There’s tidy! “There’s tidy” around here in Wales means something that has got someone’s seal of approval, for example, ‘there’s a tidy-sized marrow you’ve grown there boyo’…but in this article I’m...

Vegetables need to be grown evenly spaced in straight rows surrounded by bare soil. Some gardeners feel the need to lavish them with chemicals to make them grow bigger and spray...