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The garden is brimming over with salmon pinks and flaming reds this week.
Every dog had its day in Burghfield on Sunday at the 21st annual May Fayre.
I was working close to the fence where the huge Akebia quinata commonly known as the chocolate vine is in flower and buzzing with bees.
The call is out to gardeners across the borough to get digging and dibbling for Reading In Bloom 2013.
My commitment to the raised vegetable patch – which wavered last year – has been re-established.
Reading Abbey was the first port of call for culture secretary Maria Miller during a visit to the town earlier this month – and Abbey Windows was next.
Examining the garden at the weekend I noticed two important developments.
First Reading, now the world – the Chilli Cook-Off is firing up for another contest in August.
Someone in my youth used to tell me that ‘blue and green should never be seen without a colour in between’.
Farmers used to put their bare bottoms into the soil to test whether it was warm enough to sow.