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New to gardening

T minus 16 days. I've never owned a garden before, well not one I had control over....

14 comments

pamsco

26 Jul, 2010
Pamsco

The humble Hoverfly

Today has been a very, very hot and humid day, felt like being in a sauna most of...

17 comments

shirley_tulip

26 Jul, 2010
Shirley_tulip

potato blight?

Well I only went away for a few days leaving my daughter to look after her father....

2 comments

lilypad

26 Jul, 2010
Lilypad

Tom Duck's offspring,for Ba,Flori and Pip........

Sorry to see his kids are beakless,but at some stage he must have been genetically...

492 comments

bloomer

26 Jul, 2010
Bloomer

im back

sorry if anyone has been trying to get in touch,my hard drive broke and ive just...

6 comments

ladybug47

26 Jul, 2010
Ladybug47

My lupins

When my lupins were in flower and even for a while afterwards the stems were thick...

3 comments

alextb

26 Jul, 2010
Alextb

Tidying made it bare.

I tidied away a lot of dead foliage and now a patch of my small patch of garden looks...

5 comments

alextb

26 Jul, 2010
Alextb

Awweeee! bunny visited my container garden!

This was too cool: The only thing that the bunny ate was a plug of St. Augustine...

6 comments

n2organics

26 Jul, 2010
N2organics

An Afternoon @ Mottisfont Gardens

This afternoon we visited the National Trust Gardens at Mottisfont. The weather...

9 comments

theoldgunner

25 Jul, 2010
Theoldgunner

Our Weekend in Moray

It's always good to be back home of course, although we have had a great weekend...

23 comments

karensusan63

25 Jul, 2010
Karensusan63

A brilliant weekend.

The poppies were spent and I needed a bit more colour in the borders until the later...

31 comments

homebird

25 Jul, 2010
Homebird

MY KITCHEN GARDEN

not quite finished ,but its getting . hope u enjoyed the progress...

25 comments

cristina

25 Jul, 2010
Cristina

email from Shrewsbury show!

I recently sent an email to the Shrewsbury flower show about the removal of classes...

12 comments

marksbegonias

25 Jul, 2010
Marksbegonias

FOURSEASONS GARDEN, WALSALL, July 25th 2010

This is my second visit blog to the wonderful Fourseasons Garden in Walsall. I wondered...

33 comments

bornagain

25 Jul, 2010
Bornagain

A Mid-Winter Wander Around My Little Courtyard Garden.

As many of you already know from my previous blog posts, most of the garden areas...

22 comments

bernieh

25 Jul, 2010
Bernieh

The many uses for cornmeal in the garden!

My mentor and organic growing guru Howard Garret has released a most excellent video: Some...

0 comments

n2organics

25 Jul, 2010
N2organics

*High Summer Down On The Allotment (July 2)*

High Summer Down On The Allotment (July 2) I promised a 2nd part to the blog I posted...

12 comments

balcony

24 Jul, 2010
Balcony

A Pleasant Afternoon

Have just spent a very pleasant afternoon visiting The Old Gunner and his wife Joy....

33 comments

cinderella

24 Jul, 2010
Cinderella

Our "Orchard" Transformation Wonder - 2010

We started work on a piece of waste ground last April / May which used to be very...

10 comments

thecottagegardner

24 Jul, 2010
Thecottageg..

MAKING MOUNTAINS....

19 comments

Gee19

24 Jul, 2010
Gee19

Abbey House Gardens

I didn't know whether to blog this or just upload photos? Today I spent a beautiful...

10 comments

lulu33

24 Jul, 2010
Lulu33

Can You Tell What It Is Yet?

With some plants, it’s obvious what they are from the moment they start to grow;...

10 comments

AndrewR

24 Jul, 2010
Andrewr

A panarama.

Making the most of a rare sunny day & climbing the hill called Burnswark an old...

3 comments

wendybee

23 Jul, 2010
Wendybee

Time for a revamp - Goodbye Cistus!

In the front garden, in one of the beds, was a Cistus. It had lovely bright pink...

41 comments

spritzhenry

23 Jul, 2010
Spritzhenry

birds and more birds

most of the summer here ( 45 degrees south of equator) we seldome see the small birds...

9 comments

piersdad

23 Jul, 2010
Piersdad

my work

this is the polytunnel that i am in charge of at my work i have 170 tomato plants...

5 comments

speedy10

23 Jul, 2010
Speedy10

My First Carrots

After becoming interested in gardening and growing all my flowers in pots, I decided...

6 comments

gardengirl1

23 Jul, 2010
Gardengirl1

Jump to it.

My compost bin was over flowing, ideally a new one needs to be constructed, but my...

2 comments

kfunsters

23 Jul, 2010
Kfunsters

23 July - A walk in the woods

*Twice a day Millie and I go for a walk in the woods – sometimes just the two of...

19 comments

Gee19

23 Jul, 2010
Gee19

SCRAPYARD TRANSFORMED - GULLIVER'S GARDEN

Last Autumn, I posted a blog (A Gardener's Scrapyard-Nov 10th) about a town-square...

20 comments

ponty

23 Jul, 2010
Ponty

garden update in july

sun at last and finished work early today so couldnt wait to get home and do some...

73 comments

sanbaz

23 Jul, 2010
Sanbaz

veg in the garden

just sum of my veg that i grew and it tastes yumy

18 comments

cristina

23 Jul, 2010
Cristina

At War With the Deer

While on vacation for a week to the Oregon Coast the deer seemed to have decided...

12 comments

gardennut

22 Jul, 2010
Gardennut

amateur gardener

living in risca gwent,with lovely views of the surrounding countryside,love to be...

6 comments

keithbob

22 Jul, 2010
Keithbob

New Purchases!!

I'm always on the lookout for something "different"......Sometimes the local GC is...

8 comments

amblealice

22 Jul, 2010
Amblealice

return of the 'native'

hello every one ... I can't believe it's almost 5years since I joined 'grows on you'...

1 comment

vileve

22 Jul, 2010
Vileve

Feeling groovy

Just wanted to share with you that I am feeling very fine today! My garden is my...

7 comments

janiemclean

22 Jul, 2010
Janiemclean

clematis

Dobbies today did buy one get one free. So I have added Prince Charles, Mrs George...

6 comments

lammie

22 Jul, 2010
Lammie

Heucheras and heucherellas

Since becoming a Goyer I have become rather keen on these plants. The flowers I considered...

28 comments

bornagain

22 Jul, 2010
Bornagain

Harvest Time!

We are now reaping the fruits of our work earlier in the year. with new potatoes,...

4 comments

moon_grower

22 Jul, 2010
Moon_grower

primulas flowering again

Strange weather still very dry here and the primulas are flowering.

13 comments

drc726

22 Jul, 2010
Drc726

@ Tatton Park

Yesterday i went to RHS Tatton Park flower show. I took some pictures, mainly in...

11 comments

marksbegonias

22 Jul, 2010
Marksbegonias

Dragonfly larvae.

Its 2 years since we installed our pond and have watched dragonflies especially the...

57 comments

bonkersbon

22 Jul, 2010
Bonkersbon

Gardening Comp TODAY!!!!!! ARRRRrrrgggggghhh :/

Just had a phone call from my partner and the judges have been. He said they seemed...

8 comments

lpooldarlin

22 Jul, 2010
Lpooldarlin

Update on Suntrap Garden - Save Our Suntrap - Garden for Lifelong Learning.

A Committee has now been set up to try and save the garden. They have a web site...

8 comments

scotsgran

22 Jul, 2010
Scotsgran

Late bloomers

Several years ago, we acquired, at a special plant sale, a cream flowered weigela....

2 comments

kowhai

22 Jul, 2010
Kowhai

Hedgehog Liberation Front (HLF) - Make a hole in the fence

Every evening I can witness a lovely sight: I have a hedgehog in my garden. About...

6 comments

clematisgirl

21 Jul, 2010
Clematisgirl

Welcome visitors.....

I`m really chuffed as this year we have a friendly family visiting our garden, a...

10 comments

lincslass

21 Jul, 2010
Lincslass

Harvest time

I suppose that agriculture could be thought of as gardening on a very much larger...

5 comments

kowhai

21 Jul, 2010
Kowhai

roses again

i think you may notice that my fav couler is PINK ;0D the...

22 comments

cristina

21 Jul, 2010
Cristina