Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Easter

    Easter seems to be more and more about chocolate now, but given my surname (Cadbury) that’s probably inevitable in my case! Alongside the chocolate fest, for we happy band of gardeners it’s all about getting out into the garden, sharpening the secateurs and planning ahead. My wife and I have...
  • Hurray for herbs...

    I love the geometry and neatness of Elizabethan knot gardens, the manicured symmetry of low box hedging filled with a tangle of flowers and greenery. The best, I think, are those planted with fragrant herbs such as rosemary, cotton lavender, marjoram, thyme, lemon balm and chamomile. On a hot day...
  • It’s still cold out there

    February had snow and a heatwave, March with warm and cold spells, April has begun with lovely blue sky sunny days but also frosts at night. As I’ve written before, weather is a preoccupation, if not an obsession, as planting, covering, putting seedlings out and so on is so important...

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