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Planting hybrid berries

Back in August I wrote about how I’d fallen for some hybrid berries while staying in North Yorkshire: boysenberries, tayberries and loganberries. They were so delicious I decided to plant some at my London plot in winter. 907 more words


2014 R Collection Cabernet Sauvignon

The R Collection Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from the finest vineyards throughout California, with each area adding a unique layer into the overall taste profile. Minimally intrusive winemaking techniques allow the true California terroir to shine through in every glass poured and bottle enjoyed. 77 more words


McManis Pinot Noir

From the Wine Maker – “The McManis Family Vineyards Pinot Noir is light purple in color with a lustrous hue. Fresh Cherry, Strawberry and Raspberry flavors are perceptible as the round silky wine passes through the mouth. 80 more words


Boysenberry Trellis Failure

Giving myself a pat on the back for getting my boysenberry plants trimmed up and retrained on the trellis was a bit premature.

The plants had been so happy with the late summer weather and have been growing long runners from their thorny bases. 65 more words

In The Garden

Citizens for Boysenberry Jam

It’s National Allotments Week, coinciding with a time when our harvests are hitting a peak. The thing is, I am on holiday away from my allotment, so my fruit and vegetables are going unharvested. 661 more words


Mixed Berry Bread Pudding Recipe

Mixed Berry Bread Pudding is a delicious overnight dessert, made with day
old French or Italian bread, strawberries, boysenberries, raspberries and blueberries; and topped with a sweet blueberry sauce that will feed a crowd for breakfast or brunch! 359 more words


Back in the Grind.....

Gosh all mighty!  It is April already, Yikes!  That means that our berries will be blooming in no time and we will be spending each Saturday morning or more picking before it get too hot.   306 more words

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