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2014 Open Garden preview

Pretty enough for you? This garden belong to Nicholas Walker, and is one of the open gardens for 2014. Note the permeable paving, which helps prevent run off from hard surfaces after rain. 67 more words

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Buda - Historic House and Garden in Castlemaine

Today, Sunday the 14th of September, my friend, Jennie and I visited Buda, Castlemaine’s  grand property featuring a large house and extensive garden.

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Bringalbit - Sidonia

It is early spring and the festival season is now upon us. Kyneton is hosting its annual Daffodil and Arts Festival from the 4th to the 14th of September. 167 more words

Hedge your plant bets - article by Deb Delahunty

  This article written by teacher Deb Delahunty was published in The Border Mail on Saturday 9th August.  To read the whole article, including Deb’s Diary and Gardening tips – click the link below. 8 more words


Crai Gardens Inspire and Delight - were you there?

Eight glorious gardens in the beautiful Crai Valley recently opened their gates to visitors as part of the 2014 National Gardens Scheme  . Over 200 people arrived from far and near, following the easily recognised yellow signs to share the delights of each very different garden. 167 more words

Community Kitchen Garden, Castlemaine

The Castlemaine Community Kitchen Garden was launched in December 2013. This new community garden is situated right in the centre of town in a carpark behind the Continuing Education building. 217 more words

Avocet NGS Open Day

At the weekend we opened our garden for the first time. Last February when we purchased the famous Yellow Book we were proud to see the name “Avocet” second on the list of gardens opening in Shropshire. 666 more words