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Notes from Grandma’s Gardening Diary – Part 3

This third blog from my Grandma brings us up to date on how her garden grows; starting with landscaping in April to a celebratory tea party in August ’21. Funny enough, I’ve been at Grandma’s this afternoon and despite making … Continue reading

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Notes from Grandma’s Gardening Diary Part 2

Following on from last week’s post, this second blog, picks up mine and Grandma’s ‘gardening graft’ from Autumn ’20 through to late Winter ’21, with a quiet Christmas and another lockdown thrown into the mix.

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Notes From Grandma’s Gardening Diary

If you follow me on my social media sites, you might know that I’ve been helping to redesign my Grandma Barbara’s Garden. Started back in July 2020, we’ve worked on it together at weekends and school/college holidays, whenever we could … Continue reading

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Reporting back on your Green Plans for ’22

I’ve received lots of feedback following last week’s post about making Green Plans for ’22, it seems January makes us all feel motivated to plan for brighter times ahead. I had such a great response that I thought I’d share … Continue reading

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My Green Plans For ’22, What’s Yours?

January, itโ€™s a bit of a weird month; after all the hype of December and despite the start of new beginnings, it can seem a little grey and drab. At times I can be quite a fan of January, especially … Continue reading

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How gardening can make you feel free

Today is World Mental Health Day and there’s stacks of info out there about the benefits gardening can have on your wellbeing. I wrote this blog a while ago, about how gardening makes me feel free and how it has … Continue reading

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Buzzin’ to bee involved in BBC Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge

Tomorrow, (20.08.21) BBC Radio 2’s Big Bee Challenge Garden is launched and I’m proper buzzin’ to have been involved. Bees are so important in our gardens, for pollination – flowers, plants, fruit and veg all need them – they are … Continue reading

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I’m not the only one fond of a pond!

I had a great reaction to last week’s post about my ‘passion for ponds’ and received lots of questions about plants, especially those that attract wildlife. If you build a good habitat for wildlife, you’ll not be the only one … Continue reading

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My passion for ponds

It’s a while since I wrote my last post, so I thought I’d kickstart the year with a positive post about my ‘passion for ponds’. Having 3 in our garden makes me feel quite the pro ๐Ÿ˜‰ A little bit … Continue reading

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My Frog Blog – how tadpoles saved me from going crazy during lockdown!

Whist Covid has wreaked havoc on the world, wildlife has bounced back and people have turned to nature for relaxation and freedom. Whether it was listening to a blackbird or watching butterflies flying over wildflowers, people have took comfort in … Continue reading

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