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De-thatching the grass, above, and aerating, below. The screens are ready to be stretched over the re-seeded areas. In the future, I hope to replace the ...

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Out of one pot…

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Above: A work studio faces the house in Sheila Jack's garden in Hammersmith, London.

Up it began and almost overnight the framing was done. Thankfully he supplied me with the updated photos that I pestered and implored him to send on a ...

New grass sprouting (above and below) in some tricky areas. Both get a fair amount of foot traffic and are shaded by large trees and shrubs.

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For some reason, this fall many of the heuchera have been reblooming . They apparently like their location. I'm a bit worried about those outside the fence, ...

This side bed really had some overgrown perennials and it looks better since they have been cut back. Nepeta 'Walker's Low', Kalimeris, Liatris, Perovskia, ...

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It's a Japanese gardening tool with a concave center (like a trowel), and a sharp, serrated edge. Would you like to see what this nifty ...

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First, I tested the tool on wild onions (Allium canadense — sometimes called “Onion Grass”) that dared to emerge in my Woodland Garden.


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I do worry about waterlogged roots in the garden. Much of the garden is raised but to help the wet, compacted soil, I'm taking my garden fork and driving ...

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And it's sometimes a good way to practice. I tried out my new pair of Felcro #2 pruners. A pleasure.

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Repurpose the end of a rake for hanging utensil storage. What a creative repurposing of

Compost made in four Garden Gourmet bins with fruit and veggie scraps and autumn leaves.

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Above: Spread over three acres of woodlands, the rambling paths at Trench Hill enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.


Those of you with green fingers will now be asking or at the least should be, what was all this to do with gardening? The simple answer comes in a ...

Above: The secret of this garden? A happy eco-system. Celia and Dave fill more than 20 bird feeders at least once a week throughout the winter, ...

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A few days later I received a letter from my MP assuring me the mud in my garden would be dealt with following Brexit.

That dandelion gave up without a fight.

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Those rocks aren't bothering anybody.

I like being able to see the garden "bones" once everything has been cleaned up and cut back. When there is limited room, you can also determine where you ...

... we needed to create a pathway to it,” explains Sheila of the garden's current layout. “Our children were beyond the need for lawn, so there was scope to ...

... similarity that appears in each of those apparently inhospitable locations now creeps into the subject. I'll gladly bet my old bent garden fork against ...

The pesky onions came up effortlessly, bulbs and all.

As a simple gardener fortunate enough to view this catwalk of gardening endeavour I have to admit………I'm just a little bit envious!

I have before wondered whether there was a machine to carry out this task. If there is, Tim wasn't aware of it as he plied his garden fork.

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Then she suddenly appeared on Instagram, with beautifully composed pictures of gardens, in focus. How had she got from there to here?

And so there you have it. Extreme gardening Aussie style, all neatly topped off with insufficient rainfall to dampen your spirit, never mind your plants.

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Next, I let the tool have its way with Burdock (Arctium minus).

I sit on the garden bench and contemplate this section at least once a day!

Above: Hellebores are in abundance here, including many doubles which are hybridized seedlings of the 'Party Dress' strain in combinations of lime green, ...

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Just smother and call it good.

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The perfectly formed red blooms are great in themselves, but at clump strength, this has a great garden presence. Clump shot was obviously taken early AM ...

It's soft and just moist enough to hold its shape for a bit before crumbling. It smells of the earth. We'll sift it right before we use it.

A pond? No, it's a trampoline! The sunken trampoline of Dawn and Isaac's

Above: Watching over the colorful carpet is a carved wooden hare created by the tree surgeon Jasper Drake.

For hot climate gardening enthusiasts we now have the ingredients for a rapid growing, high on profile, low on maintenance garden with a difference.

The burdock came up without a hitch, and with its tap root fully intact.

Our row of green beans and short row of kale are finally up and doing well after lots and lots of watering. And we're now picking peas for seed saving in ...


Downed branches from street trees filled the Children's Garden.

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Went for a stroll around Phibsboro today and found the most amazing flowers at Blessington Street

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The lovely blue pot that had gotten too tight for our tree.

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No rust on these tools!

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The above pic was taken June 5th ( our normal peak is July 1st) so you can see how extraordinarily early this season was.) Happy gardening everyone,

Above: Evergreen foliage lines the path.


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Here's a final view of the fall coloring here in Virginia at the end of October, which totally does not do it justice!