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At the allotment today, I collected two big handfuls of baby turnips, the end of a crop of radishes, some mange tout peas, and just one ‘experimental’ carrot. Why experimental? Because I wasn’t sure if they were ready to be … Continue reading →
Today, I’m delighted to share with you my first guest post over on the inspirational Garlic and Sapphire, the Sarah Raven blog. I am so excited and so grateful for the opportunity to write a guest post! The wonderful thing is, that … Continue reading →
I didn’t think there was much colour in the garden and then I found this posy. A rainbow of beautiful Spring flowers to bring into our home. I’m a happy gardener.