Clippings

Thoughts, ideas and articles.

Jane's Garden was the subject of a recent article in Hampshire Life Magazine.

"Go to your fields and your gardens, and you shall learn that it is the pleasure of the bee to gather honey of the flower"

In small gardens everything is up close and personal and easily seen.

Many people think that gardening stops during winter.  Too cold, right?

Gardens of any size are extremely important for wildlife.

“Plant here, for other eyes that kingly tree, Whose reign we shall not see.  Choose well that spot, that other eyes may bless, its natural loveliness”.  Alfred Noyes, poet (1880-1958)

What grows best?

The soil type, soil moisture conditions, amount of light and exposure to the wind will determine which plants will grow in your garden and which plants will not succeed.  

To determine your soil type, take a handful of moist (but not wet) soil from your garden, and give it a firm squeeze. 

First Impressions Count

We are often so busy enjoying our back gardens that we forget about the front;

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