May Newsletter: In the gardenRead more "May Newsletter: In the garden"
We transplanted our garden peas a couple of weeks ago and have used hazel branches for support. The pigeons are back again in force, munching their tender leaves, so we took our annual trip to collect some gorse and have secured it in front as a barrier. Fay.Read more "Peas and Pigeons"
We’ve just finished potting our Salvias up. Placing them in our cold frames will allow them to harden off before planting out. Fay.Read more "Salvias"
There is a lot of excitement in the garden at this time year, thinning our delicious peaches is one. We want a gap of 4 to 6 inches for each fruit, this will ensure they grow beautifully plump and full of flavour for our guests. FayRead more "Peaches"
Scarifying!Read more "Scarifying!"
First crop of asparagus this week…Read more "First crop of asparagus"
The Honey Spurge – Euphorbia melliferaRead more "Plant of the Week"