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We have had our first proper frost of the winter which is a timely reminder to start thinking about pruning.
We have had a pretty wet couple of months and even my free-draining soil is now saturated.
Monday is the shortest day of the year and marks the end of the old gardening year and the start of a new one.
One of the nicest things about growing your own food is that you can eat it really fresh.
Thank goodness we have had some rain at last.
It seems unkind to mention so soon after the start of summer that you need to start thinking about the winter.
Organic gardeners are often regarded as somewhat eccentric. The early pioneers were not people bound by convention.
I can hardly bring myself to mention it but the solstice is behind us now, which means that the days will be getting shorter again.
The courgette season is upon us. When I was a nipper I used to dread the sight of a courgette.
Potatoes are one of the easiest and most forgiving vegetables you can grow and I always urge people to give them a try.