Stark Barks and Wessie Stunners….

Mike Gardening Leave a Comment

I’ve been a bit remiss with my gardening blogs of late. Too busy motorbiking around the Alps and managing work commitments. Anyway, the garden did its thing this summer, I enjoyed it and I hope you took the time to enjoy yours too! The big stuff I wanted to grow is still quite small, it’s only year one after all. ...

The Grizzly Gardener: A Furtile Imagination

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Okay, Geoff has badgered me enough to do this, so here goes. I like to garden and to grow plants, I have a 40m2 southwest facing garden in Pocklington, and right now it looks a little bit barren and empty. That’s because most things are either in pots in the house, garage or conservatory or have been chopped to ground ...

Summer in the Garden

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Good Day Bears. Hope you are all enjoying these long hot summer days and more importantly enjoying time in the garden whether you are dining alfresco or simply looking back and enjoying the fruits of your labour. There are a vast array of plants in full bloom at the moment from Echinacea, Euphorbias, Penstemons, Agapanthus, Verbenas, Rudbeckias and Veronicas to ...

Hanging Baskets – Easy Peasy

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Hi everyone and welcome to the next instalment of my gardening blog and we are talking hanging baskets, so let’s get started. Nothing screams summer quite like hanging baskets and it is one type of gardening that everyone can do. The tips I put on here can easily be applied to pots and containers so I look forward to see ...

Gardening for All

Ste Gardening 1 Comment

Hi Guys and welcome to what I hope is the first of many monthly blogs about Gardening for all you bears that love gardening, whether you have an acre or just a window box.  I should really start by introducing myself, my name is Ste Green and have lived in god's own county for over ten years and have been ...