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The first crop from the vegetable patch has confirmed my view that this is going to be a good growing year.
The garden is brimming over with salmon pinks and flaming reds this week.
My commitment to the raised vegetable patch – which wavered last year – has been re-established.
The call is out to gardeners across the borough to get digging and dibbling for Reading In Bloom 2013.
I was working close to the fence where the huge Akebia quinata commonly known as the chocolate vine is in flower and buzzing with bees.
Farmers used to put their bare bottoms into the soil to test whether it was warm enough to sow.
Someone in my youth used to tell me that ‘blue and green should never be seen without a colour in between’.
Examining the garden at the weekend I noticed two important developments.
Paying for £40 worth of seeds in the garden centre, I made a little joke to the man at the counter.
Gazing into my garden while doing some washing I spotted a member of the local wildlife eating peanuts from a bird feeder.