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Paddox School Gardening Club

P1000691First session of the school gardening which will run every Tuesday after school 3.30-4.30 Weeded the raised beds to start , then planted Bunyards Exhibition broad beans and meteor peas .

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Appetising Apples

This year has seen a bumper crop in the Orchards all over the Country. It also feels like my own small orchard has been particularly fruitful. This has challenged me to find new and different recipies to use up all of the wonderful harvest. On Saturday I had the pleasure of spending the day with […]

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Help! I need somebody…

Read Master Gardener Helen Greenly’s school growing blog. There are heaps of great posts to inspire your school food growing,  with specific tips for running a successful school farmers market. I set up this blog 18 months ago to tell you about how we were about to transform the veg garden at Ferncumbe School.  Initially […]

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Gardening through the coldest months

Gardening through the coldest monthsBy Hannah Towers Winter is a dormant season for many plants, although it’s not a dormant season for us gardeners. There are many jobs during the colder months we can do to prepare our garden for the next year. It’s the time for us to insulate greenhouses, prune fruit trees and even plant garlic.   […]

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Blueberry blub blub

Hi Has anyone had a wonderful blueberry plant which has not fruited this year? If so, can you let me know why this is? I’ve also heard someone had no gooseberries due to windy weather earlier in the year which separated the flower from the plant. Any tips anyone??

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