Posted on June 2, 2020 by Sarah the Gardener
May is done. We are now in a new month and a new season. Winter. The easy month. The one where it is ok to hunker down in a cosy spot and dream dreams of dream gardens without a weed…
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Posted on May 29, 2020 by Sarah the Gardener
Sometimes you get an idea or see something on the great big internet and something compels you to give it ago. Sometimes this is a good idea and other times it is a case of never mention it again. I…
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