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Gardening Blog – Delicious Oriental leaves?/in Allotment Assoc, Gardening/by Liz Ware
With the house move out of the way there’s been time to get back to the new allotment. A peaceful walk across the river to pick some Oriental leaves should […]
Garden Blog – Start Planning for Spring/in Allotment Assoc, Gardening, Home - Other Stories/by Liz Ware
High on the list of life-enhancing things about growing fruit and vegetables is the fact that, just as the days get too short for comfort, we’re planning for spring. It’s […]
Gardening Blog – Prize-winning Plots/in Allotment Assoc, Gardening/by Liz Ware
Well done to everyone who won a prize at the Henley in Bloom and Henley Allotments Association Award ceremony. All the hard work and commitment have been recognised! I watched […]
Gardening Blog – Anger Management?/in Allotment Assoc, Gardening/by Liz Ware
There’s no doubt that working outside and with the soil is a big help when you’re feeling angry. Clearing the new allotment in the autumn sun has been very therapeutic. […]
Gardening Blog – New beginnings?/in Allotment Assoc, Gardening/by Liz Ware
It doesn’t matter how many years it is since we left school, September still feels like the month of new beginnings. Down on both allotments we’re finishing harvesting the summer […]