December seems an unlikely month for doing jobs in the garden, but a few hours spent on a drier day will give you a head start for next year.
We're back at the pond and yes, the hard work has paid off. Hardy weeds will prevail for sometime to come but I have a plan.
July is when you get to enjoy all the effort you've put in to creating in your garden so far this year, but there're still jobs that need doing.
Tulips are a must have flower for any garden, and if you plant them my way, you've get years of colour. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
The flowers of a Cyclamen hederifolium come before the leaf, and what beautiful flowers they are.
Some people don't believe that Apricots can grow in English weather, well this video will prove just how wrong they are. Enjoy!
Runner beans are one of my garden favourites but I don't pick all the beans that grow, some I leave to become next years plants.
September is now upon us, and there's a lot to do to keep it looking at it's best, and to prepare it for next season.
The slugs and caterpillars continue to thrive after what has been a very wet Summer, leaving my red cabbage feature looking very sorry for itself.
I'm a fan of ornamental grass, and Molinium is my favourite. If you're thinking of adding Molinium to your garden, be careful with what you chose.
The veg plot is doing well, but we not totally pest free. Something has got to the peas and the slugs are proving to be fond of the beans.