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17 October 2009


The garden is shrinking back. Curling up and preparing to snooze for the winter. Instead of vibrant greens there are muted browns, fiery reds and smouldering oranges. It’s true that I am still harvesting courgettes (I kid you not), but not for much longer.  The autumn fruiting raspberries are putting on an astonishing show, but […]

Filed under: Fruit,Harvest,Seasons - autumn — Clare @ 4:00 pm

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20 April 2009

Strawberry growbags forever

Last year, my strawberry plants were the most productive things in the garden. I got kilos of fruit off them over a period of couple of months or so and they also produced something silly like 50 runners for propagation. Plonked on our garden wall, the growbags proved to be perfect for them. I had […]

Filed under: Fruit — Clare @ 11:28 am

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9 September 2008

Autumn on its way.

Our atumn raspberries are on their way. Ideally, I would like a load of them to be ripe when my Mum visits next week as they are her favourite fruit which is why I put them in the potager in the first place. Fingers crossed.

Filed under: Fruit — Clare @ 4:59 pm

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