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This year seems to have been the most disastrous that I can remember as far as gathering crops is concerned.
It was raining very hard on Saturday and in the early hours I pictured a scene of devastation.
Reading was on its blooming best behaviour on Friday as the judges for Britain in Bloom were given a tour of the town.
Having visited some school and other professionally-grown vegetable gardens over the last couple of weeks, I feel pretty ashamed of mine.
A gardening charity in Beech Hill will be opening its grounds to the public and showing off its new gallery of gardens.
Southcote gardeners are jubilant after winning a £52,000 lottery grant to create a community garden to grow fruit and veg.
Party-time is looming in the Fort household as a significant birthday hoves into view.
A skirmish with West Berkshire Council over a sign has not diminished the enthusiasm of this year’s Woodcote Rally.
Hardy perennials are the mainstay of the summer display, providing flowers reliably every year.