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Deck the halls with boughs of holly – the Christmas season is upon us once again.
Thursday of next week marks one of the most significant days in the gardening calendar.
The meadows in Coley and Southcote are rarely visited, except for the few paths that cross them. In between lie large areas of meadow that are quite difficult to explore.
A small flower not unlike a propeller is currently flowering sweetly in the border.
Winter is the season for pruning trees and shrubs.
The Sunday supplements are full of gardening gift guides which can only mean Christmas is just around the corner.
You can tell that winter is officially here as all the winter birds have arrived.
Usually at this time of year after clearing away spent crops in my vegetable patch there is not much left but bare earth.
After the un-seasonally mild autumn, the RSPB is warning that we won’t be the only ones getting a shock as 'winter' finally arrives with a vengeance.
One of my local walks is along the old branch line through the Kennet meadows from Southcote to Coley.