SARAH THE GARDENER

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Cycle Three

Finally, we are at the end of my plans for the future of the garden.  It will be such a relief not to have to think about it ever again.  I have my notes and can refer to them each…

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Cycle Two

Following on from my deep and slightly obsessive thoughts about my winter crop rotation, today we are looking at cycle two.  This is the biggest one as there are no permanent unmoveable crops in this group.  So, it will be…

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Cycle one

I spent the weekend with a nagging feeling in the back of my mind…. ‘I need to sort out this crop rotation cover crop thing.  Once it is done, I’ll never have to think of it again.’  But there were…

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What I want to grow in the winter garden

It rained in the night and will rain again today.  This is a welcome relief and for once, a day out of the garden is no bad thing, I can still garden inside as I sit here looking out at…

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Sorting out the cool season garden

After much deliberation I have a plan…  of sorts.  Outlined below is the first half.  These are the beds where there will be no change really as they aren’t part of the crop rotation, so they are easy enough to…

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Wrapping my head around the cool season

Ok so I’ve done some thinking…. About how I will tackle the next season.  But I’d like to say that this is as convoluted as getting my head around crop rotation in the first place!  Once I realised this, I…

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Summer can’t last forever

Today is hot.  There is a gentle breeze coming off the sea, but in the microclimate of my garden, the wind speed monitor is turning lazily without a care in the world.  The hot sun beats down on the black…

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10 Year Special and Garden Tour

Today marks a pretty cool milestone for me.  It was 10 years ago today that I hesitantly uploaded my very first video to You Tube.  I was a great fan of those early gardening videos, although there weren’t many of…

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Breathless moments

I did a bit of poking about on the great big internet to discover that a moment is 90 seconds, which is good to know.  This garden has provided more than its fair share of memorable moments.  Some memorable for…

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When you’re not you

We have survived our first month living in a caravan with just a handful of weeks left before the house arrives.  We seem to be in a lull in the busyness that has been swirling around us in the last…

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