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The April diary | The Voice of the Allotment

Despite the wet ground, there’s been a lot to do on the allotment, and plenty has been achieved this month, says Barry Cuff On the...

It’s time for the good jobs

It’s every gardener’s favourite month – April’s when it finally all starts to get exciting outside the back door, says Pete Harcom April at last!...

Allotment update: Still raining

The Voice of the Allotment Despite the everlasting rain, there’s still some jobs and planting to do and always fresh veg and salad to harvest,...

Can we trade April showers for April sunshine, please?

There is an air of new season excitement at Thorngrove this month. You can’t keep a good gardener down, no matter how much rain...

Get your seeds on

Begin 2024’s gardening journey in March sowing seeds – a magical job that lays the foundation for a season of colour, says Charlotte Tombs In...

Planting season is upon us!

There is an air of new season excitement at Thorngrove this month. You can’t keep a good gardener down, no matter how much rain...

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