I started totally using peat free compost in 2004 when working for BBC Gardeners World.
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Hedgerows seem to hold a hidden aura of magic from the tallest to the shortest.
There's no doubt about it, wildlife gardening is a captivating subject both in theory and in practice.
There is a definite chill in the air as I write this in the first official week in spring.
Spring news from the garden at Plumgarths.
The latest Gosling Sike-inspired poem by writer in residence Susan Cartwright-Smith.
Wildlife-friendly sculpture? Why not give it a go, says Dyane
Developing a flowering annual border with plant selections for wildlife.
Visiting local Nature reserves and observing seasonal changes.
Wildlife and wild flowers seen on local walks.