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I can hardly bring myself to mention it but the solstice is behind us now, which means that the days will be getting shorter again.
Organic gardeners are often regarded as somewhat eccentric. The early pioneers were not people bound by convention.
Thank goodness we have had some rain at last.
It seems unkind to mention so soon after the start of summer that you need to start thinking about the winter.
One of the nicest things about growing your own food is that you can eat it really fresh.
The broad beans are coming along nicely now and I’ll soon be enjoying the first tasty mouthfuls.
As the soil warms up and everything starts growing away organic gardeners have to face up to their biggest problem – slugs and snails.
One of the real stars of the season is asparagus. English asparagus is the best in the world but eye-wateringly expensive in the supermarkets.
April seems to have flown past this year and with summer just around the corner I don’t seem to have done half as much as I should. In the next few weeks it is time to get cracking and sow some seeds.
Lawns are something of a problem area for organic gardeners.