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What a difference it makes to have the sun shining on your back when you are gardening.
After a drab winter, the colour is really firing up in my garden.
These are tempting but treacherous times for gardeners.
Reading in Bloom is spreading its horticultural influence this year to look for gifted allotment growers.
Being inordinately fond of euphorbias is not enough to keep them happy.
Three weeks later than usual, visitors can see carpets of British bluebells at National Trust properties near Reading.
It is not without some disquiet that I discover my garden is making a very subtle political statement at the moment.
An historic sundial designed by John Blagrave of Reading will be recreated and put on display at Chelsea Flower Show this month.
There ought to be a philosophical theory or law of science on the jobs you have to do before you can do the jobs you want to do.
A major business park with a green conscience has stepped in to sponsor the Reading in Bloom Schools’ Challenge.