Monthly Archives: October 2021

Thursday 28th October 2021 at RTBG

Glorious Thursdays have returned! In 2019 every Thursday was a sunny day regardless of season. Then last year and for many Thursdays of 2021, wet weather has hampered my spirits on volunteering Thursdays. But yesterday, working in the Food Garden … Continue reading

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Evolution of spring

This blog post chronicles changes in my fruit trees, including the emergence of blossom and the growth of new leaves from the end of August until mid-October, a period of almost seven weeks. In the last week of August, the … Continue reading

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Cauliflowers

Accidental successes are what I dream of, hope for, and almost come to expect.¬† I was given a few brassica seedlings but was unaware two were cauliflowers. Needless to say I was delighted when tiny white heads emerged and then … Continue reading

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