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Other things you could seed might be broad beans, corn salad, kale, pac choi and radishes.
I started this a couple of days ago but somehow that column vanished. I’ve heard about cyberspace but don’t know that much about it.
This is such a wonderful time of year, all sorts of nice things going on in the garden and a gardener’s blood starts to boil
I wonder if you can imagine my mingled delight and horror when I found a sprouted begonia tuber growing in the dark, in my utility room
Today it is sunny with lovely, fat white clouds drifting across the sky.
Probably no one will have time to read this, as it’s Christmas time, so if it is full of spelling mistakes you won’t see them
Memories, at this time of year they come crowding in, mingling with the smells of Christmas baking, filling me with nostalgia
I want to do what I can to help as many as possible, but there comes a time when I can do no more.
Holy smokes! Its December and the goose is getting fat, put another penny in the old man’s hat
Home again after a whole week of being totally spoiled. Actually I don’t approve. You get lazy, and expect instant attention.
I swear I won’t mention Christmas again until the beginning of December
Columnist offers a few suggestions about what we need to do at this miserable time of year
My balcony garden is looking pretty sad but there are birds flying by, and they seem lively
Shallots haven’t shown up, but maybe it is too soon to expect action
Just think of all those wonderful winter squash, turnips, beets, kale, carrots and parsnips still growing in local gardens.
Nights are getting darker earlier and temperatures are dropping
Mist and dew on the ground indicate fall is on its way
Unsual flower, crocosmia, could be called an invasive species if it wasn't so beautiful
Variety grows wider as weather grows cooler says Lang
Columnist laments damage done by white cabbage butterfly