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A bluebell wood in a Sussex clients garden

Dear reader, I found myself in a weird predicament this week. Do I leave nature to do its thing or should I intervene? I shall explain. In one of the gardens I tend, there is a network of ponds. On one of the ponds a pair of Mallard ducks have taken up residence. They are […]

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Wisteria sinensis

Well folks, It is raining! Hooray! (Although a bit too late for the hosepipe ban which is now in effect…and why wasn’t there a hosepipe ban last year when it was equally dry?????) Lots has been happening in my gardening world. Spring had almost sprung, then went back to bed for a lie-in. The Blackthorn […]

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The Butterfly Effect

Dear Reader, I feel I owe it to you as all was lost in the move to a new home,  to regurgitate some of my previous witterings in the hope that it sinks in this time and my  whole raison-d’etre on this small blue speck isn’t all a waste of a sad short life. “So […]

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Dear reader, With the odd weather continuing for much of the UK, and me, still updating what was lost in the transfer between web hosts, I shall endeavour to write some gardening blurb soon. In the mean-time, indulge me if you will. I have a theory. It is not a concrete theory, based entirely on […]

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