Gorgeous Garden Accessories From HomeSense | AD

Have you ever thought of buying your garden accessories from HomeSense? I always thought of it as being a home accessory shop but you can literally buy anything and everything to kit out your house and garden. I think it’s fair to say that I’ve had a love affair with HomeSense since we moved up …

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Home Etc #94 {and a gorgeous allotment)

Welcome to this week’s Home Etc! We’re on the countdown to the long Easter weekend and I’ve already started feeding my face with mini-eggs. As I’ve said before, it’s definitely my favourite holiday. Easter — along with Christmas — is one of the few times of the year when it’s perfectly acceptable to eat chocolate …

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188 weeks and 6 days | Autumn in the garden

Autumn crept up without me really noticing. Most of the deciduous trees, in our area, still have most of their foliage which is a little strange for this time of year. Often by now there’s a crunchy carpet of leaves underfoot. Usually by mid October, everything’s starting to look a little more stark than it did …

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Operation She Shed | #1 My Flatpack Garden Office

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you’ll know I work from home. You’ll also know that I’ve been dreaming of of a garden office for the last three and a half years. I used to have a dedicated workspace — a room that housed everything I needed — a GIGANTIC printer, my desk and computer, guillotines, folding machines, …

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The Perfect Gardening Companion | The Hepburn Mark II Radio

I’ve spoken before about my love of gardening. I guess it’s in the blood. My paternal grandmother was notoriously green fingered — as was my maternal grandfather. He was a really keen gardener and when he died I asked for a couple of rhubarb plants from his garden. I’ve written about the homemade rhubarb cordial that …

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164 weeks and 6 days — A mini garden update

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a few weeks now but spare time seems to be elusive and this handful of images, that I took in the last days of March, have been sitting on my camera waiting to see the light of day. And actually, since taking these photographs, the garden has changed beyond all …

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