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RTBG Thursday 8th October 2020

I need to listen to my own inner voice. On the Wednesday I was in my garden when my neighbour commented on the very wet day to be expected the next day. Later I checked the weather forecast and could … Continue reading

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Masses of confusion

I like the idea of self-seeding plants and mixtures of plants in one area. Just as my cosmos and marigold plants hide tomatoes, I want to see more of this idea across my garden. I want to create an environment … Continue reading

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Paper daisies

I purchased a small punnet of paper daisies, seeking glorious colour and the pleasure of the hardness of their flowers. However I did not understand they needed to be planted close together for effect, and spaced them apart. So they … Continue reading

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Drying corn kernels

In the normal course of life I purchased a few cobs of corn with their sheaths intact, ready to use in salads and stir fry meals.¬† I wondered.¬† If I was to dry the kernels, would these commercially grown corn … Continue reading

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