Tag Archives: Snowdrops

Tuesday’s Totter round the garden

Our garden has been sorely neglected over the winter, though if you’re going to neglect a garden it’s the best time to do it and the local wildlife will thank me for it! We seem to have had storm after … Continue reading

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Monday’s Meander Round the Garden

We have a tall beech hedge down one side of our garden, it’s probably about 40′ long as it continues down the side of the garage and the carport. It was well overdue for a trim, in fact it was … Continue reading

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Visiting Flowers

Over the last few years an increasing number of gardens have opened in January and February for people to see the snowdrops. I rather like the idea of going to visit a certain flower, it’s a bit like the Japanese … Continue reading

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Monday’s Meander Round the Garden

The weather has been seasonably mild for the last couple of weeks and everything in the garden seems to have suddenly started to wake up, the perennials are pushing up shoots, the shrubs have tiny leaf buds appearing and the … Continue reading

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Monday’s Meander Around the Garden

It seems a while since I did a proper garden post, not a lot happens over winter! However things are starting to move, spring is on it’s way!! I was away for a couple of days last weekend and it … Continue reading

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As I write this we have just had our first sprinkling of snow, it’s been a pretty mild winter up until Christmas. Last winter one of our training walks for the Bay2Bay walk was around Austwick, via the┬áNorber Erratics (I … Continue reading

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