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The garden is brimming over with salmon pinks and flaming reds this week.
Most of the trees have come into leaf now, and all those barren woodlands have become lush and green again.
French beans generally have a finer flavour, but nothing beats runners for productivity.
It is not often that we get a Bank Holiday like the one we had at the weekend.
Most of the vegetables you grow yourself will taste better than anything you can buy in the supermarket.
I was working close to the fence where the huge Akebia quinata commonly known as the chocolate vine is in flower and buzzing with bees.
Fans of a woodland walk are urged to keep their eyes out for the signs of spring the next time they head out.
ith the fashion stakes as high as those on the horses, race-goers will be eager to find out the top trends to be sporting at this year’s Royal Ascot.
The call is out to gardeners across the borough to get digging and dibbling for Reading In Bloom 2013.
It is starting to feel like summer is almost here. The trees are getting their green mantle and the grass is growing.