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Six on Saturday
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Six-on-Saturday – Once More Into The Potting Shed

The propagator is set at 18°C and an old horse numna helps keep things warm. Also of importance in the process is the Brother labelling machine and Milbona Greek style yoghurt containers. Creamy natural low-fat.

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Week #3/21 Review

17th January 2021. The Trump has been impeached again, just days before he leaves. Report of the Mother & Baby Commission published. Palace drew with

Six on Saturday
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Six-on-Saturday – GrowVeg

I discovered that there are several vegetables that will grow away slowly right through the winter. and I’m thrilled also because there’s no bolting.

Wordless Wednesday

Wednesday, last day of September 2020. Pádraig. GrowWriteRepeat | Social Links |GrowWriteRepeat | Blog Archive |

Killing Two Birds

Tuesday, 8th September 2020. As a bald man, I’ve skinned my head badly on a regular basis when entering the glasshouse. The sharp lintel is

Seeds Overflowing

It’s a lovely spring day here in Abbeyside and temperatures are up a bit from last week. The glasshouse is filling up steadily. That’s nine

Four Day Week

There are only four days this week. You may be shocked to read that in plain text. I have decided, to realign my blog with

Winter Pansies And Dunking Chocolate

Reading time: 6-8 mins.Winter officially starts tomorrow, November 1st. The clocks went back an hour last weekend, and daylight time in the garden is reduced. Yesterday,

Ready Steady Grow

15th February 2017. The last time I turned on the old propagator was way back in nineteen ninety something. Donald J Trump, now the Oval

Plants Are Parents Too

Last week I cut back the Alyssum and saved enough seed to grow an army of them for next year. Today, as I wandered about,

Alyssum: Easy Seed Saving

I love growing from seed. So do many people. Browsing the garden centre, supermarket or catalogues for brightly-coloured seed packets is good fun, and even