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ALPINE STRAWBERRY DELIGHT - SPRING TO WINTER
Autumn is upon us with chillier nights and mornings.  I've emptied and taken into the garden room the Smart solar-powered pitcher cascade which is not frost proof.  There are lots of things that need doing to wind up the garden for winter but I am taking it...
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BRONTE PARSONAGE MUSEUM, HAWORTH, WEST YORKSHIRE
A friend from Devon came up to visit me in here in West Yorkshire this week and wanted to see the charming old parsonage where the Bronte family lived in the 19th century.  Many people will know about the Brontes: about Charlotte who wrote Jane Eyre, and Em...

https://gardeners-word.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/bronte-parsonage-museum-haworth-west.html
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EARLY AUTUMN SEPTEMBER 2017
Although the internet states that it is officially autumn in the UK on 22 September 2017, the weather doesn't seem to know it.  The change has been gradual, commencing with a nip in the air in the morning and sunshine diminishing as clouds take over during ...
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Wild about Wild Eve
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Wood Pigeons
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MAKING PATIO SPACE IN THE GARDEN
I like the busy, natural look in a garden, with plants supporting one another, shutting out the weeds (I rarely see weeds in my garden), but I also like some kind of order too.  Since having the garden room built , the top patio, where the old shed used to ...
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Pruning time for honeysuckle - Lonicera periclymenum 'Scentsation'
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MOSS IN LAWNS AND ON HOUSE ROOFS
I think we all see moss in our lawns from time to time (if not all the time) and sometimes on house roofs.  But, you know, it's easy to think of it as just a nuisance when really, up close, it can be quite beautiful. Personally, I like to see it in tucked-a...
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