Save our bees

Save our bees

PLANT the right flowers in your garden and they will come! Right, I’ve been banging on about this for far too long so here is a shout out to all of you who are fortunate enough to own a garden and therefore are able to do something about it. Whether you live in the...
Belinda Gray

Belinda Gray

Belinda Gray from The Grower has kindly supplied a few wonderful spring recipes. Belinda is a highly experienced vegetable and fruit gardener living in Suffolk. She offers small and inspiring classes within the setting of an old Suffolk walled garden where you can...
April

April

It always amazes me how quickly nature responds to a few warm sunny days. Everything in my garden is waking up and I love that expectation of colour and scent and the promise of warm summer evenings. However, this has to be a busy month otherwise we can all face a...
All Change

All Change

It’s April and, traditionally, this is the month when we should notice a change in our garden visitors. For our bird life this should be the month when the last of our winter migrants leave and we start to see some of our summer visitors. But the changeover is...
March

March

I’m letting my Beagle puppy out this week around 6am and it’s so good to see how light it is. Longer days and more sun (hopefully) means that the ground is warming up and the daffs, crocus and snowdrops herald the first day of Spring (20th March). Here are a list of...