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An hour in the garden 8

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Out top ten must have for the garden (Not all things you can buy!) more

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An hour in the garden 7

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Listen to “Hour in the garden 7” on Spreaker. This week we look at wellies! Hardwood cuttings, digging out ferns and miscanthus, working on hedges, pruning hebe and keeping an eye out for honey fungus! more

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An Hour in the garden 6

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Listen to “An Hour in the Garden 6” on Spreaker. This week we look at daffodil and tulip planting. It’s time to get your Spring bedding transplanted. All this makes me realise how far behind I am! Never mind! Time to lift your Dahlias, divide the tubers and treat with... more

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An hour in the garden 5

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Our gardening podcast. A weekly look in to what's happening in the garden. more

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An hour in the garden 4

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Listen to “An hour in the garden 4” on Spreaker. This week we are dealing with the huge privet hedge, cutting them down, digging out the roots and having a long series of bonfires to shift the debris. Bonfires are really good for your beds, if you don’t live in... more

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Chillies keep on giving, really worth growing them

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Small brown chillies - good and hot!

Chillies keep on giving. Been away for a week only to come back to find the chillies ripening nicely, but where there has been harvest, replacements have appeared. They simply keep on producing fruit. That is also with a full week without watering! They really are so much better than... more

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What to do in your garden in November

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Normally the time for slippers, cocoa and autumn fires, there’s too much to do in the garden for all that! more

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Digging up miscanthus

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Miscanthus is an invasive plant that left to its own devices will grow wild in the garden more

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Why you shouldn’t make your own insecticide and herbicide

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Not only is it illegal, it can be quite dangerous to make your own chemicals for the garden. Stay completely organic! more

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Blight potatoes

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Blight gains a hold of crops in warm moist conditions – typically on a hot day following a shower of rain, and once established it’s very difficult to eradicate, partly because of the speed of infection. If you ignore blight for a day you may well lose your whole crop. more

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