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At this time of year it is hard to see much wildlife – the trees are in leaf, the grass is tall, and many things are preparing for winter by eating as much as they can.
Over the last few years I have made an effort to attract wildlife into our back garden.
Black is the new green if the gardening fashionistas at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show are to be believed.
As you may know if you read this column occasionally, I like to get out on my bike.
Weeding is one chore which I go out of my way to avoid but even I have to knuckle down from time to time and this is one of those times.
Nasturtiums held a great fascination for me as a child because I was told you could eat them.
On a clear and sunny evening earlier this week I was with some friends in the centre of town – friends whom, it is fair to say, have far less interest in the wildlife of Reading than I do.
Summer hasn’t really started yet but the longest day is already behind us.
Keeping on top of tomatoes is a full-time job and one which I have never managed to do well.
I was sitting at the computer just now, when I heard a high-pitched whine coming from the other side of the room.