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We have had some proper winter weather over the last couple of weeks. I quite like it when it is clear, crisp and cold at this time of year.
It's December already and the garden centres will be awash with all sorts of Christmas tat.
The next few weeks are an ideal time for planting new trees and shrubs.
Next Saturday is the official Buy Nothing Day, one of my favourite days of the year.
There has been another spectacular display of autumn leaves on the trees this year.
There's a new book out to help everyone starting to garden and especially anyone who wants to try gardening organically.
Snow in October. Who would have thought it? Not me, for one. According to the BBC weatherman the last time we saw snow this early in the South East was in 1974
Garlic – the organic gardener’s easy-going friend
We are at that time of the year when the garden starts looking a bit scruffy around the edges.
Over the next two months most of us will have lots of garden waste to get rid of and the best place for most of it is in the compost heap.