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Gardeners are urged to take part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend.
If ever there was a vegetable which was taken for granted it is the humble spud.
For a few glorious days spring appeared. As if by magic the snow melted and I felt released from some strange dream.
My father was not a romantic man but in the depth of winter he would bring in a posy for my mother.
The cold weather could have a devastating effect on the population of rare birds living in Bracknell Forest, according to a charity.
This snow and cold weather will have had a devastating effect on the garden.
The weather has filled the news and in the quest to cover all the angles the impact on wildlife has been newsworthy, and rightly so.
It might seem a bit odd to be writing about tomatoes when our gardens are just thawing out from the heavy snow we suffered.
Gardeners need not worry about the cold weather ruining their crop of spring blooms – the snow will protect planted bulbs.
More snow is all around us as I write and we have all seen already the damage it can do to the garden.