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A vast home-grown lunch for more than 1,000 people is being planned in Reading by community gardeners and students.
My youngest son complains from time to time about the garden.
A nine-year-old primary school pupil has really put her art into her gardening.
Yellow is dominating my front garden at the moment in gold, butter and primrose shades.
Hardy perennials are the mainstay of the summer display, providing flowers reliably every year.
Party-time is looming in the Fort household as a significant birthday hoves into view.
Southcote gardeners are jubilant after winning a £52,000 lottery grant to create a community garden to grow fruit and veg.
A gardening charity in Beech Hill will be opening its grounds to the public and showing off its new gallery of gardens.
Having visited some school and other professionally-grown vegetable gardens over the last couple of weeks, I feel pretty ashamed of mine.
Reading was on its blooming best behaviour on Friday as the judges for Britain in Bloom were given a tour of the town.