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The once marshy, swampy flooded meadows are rapidly drying out, and I have at last been able to enjoy one of my favourite walks across the Kennet Meadows.
My commitment to the raised vegetable patch – which wavered last year – has been re-established.
Examining the garden at the weekend I noticed two important developments.
There are some things that you don’t so much grow as grow into.
I hope you have been out lately, for a walk in the open air.
Has spring sprung? Who knows? It certainly feels a good deal warmer.
At long last spring has really sprung. This is when woodlands are at their finest.
Wildlife is suffering the effects of the late spring with rare birds found dead and small summer birds absent from the countryside.
Someone in my youth used to tell me that ‘blue and green should never be seen without a colour in between’.
Conservationists and gardeners are preparing for a sale of woodland products and plants on Saturday.