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If you walk along the riverbanks you can’t fail to notice the damselflies.
Thinking time can often be some of the most valuable effort you put into your garden.
A society which has been around for almost 50 years has been forced to close due to high costs, a lack of members and competition from large businesses.
Guided tours and fun and games will be on offer on Friday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the restoration of Caversham Court Gardens.
The courgettes are coming thick and fast now on my allotment.
The glorious weather of the last few days has got me out on my bike a bit. I have been cycling around the lanes and enjoying the fruits of the countryside.
What a privilege it was to go out judging Reading in Bloom last week.
Trophies were handed out to green-fingered villagers and crafty sorts at a horticultural society’s summer show.
Once confined to Wales, numbers of red kites have increased significantly in the South East over recent years, according to a new report.
Over the last few weeks I have spent a number of evenings in Prospect Park after work.