During the life of this blog I've visited gardens, attended study days and short courses, been sent seeds, plants, books and other garden related products for review.  The posts that I wrote had become scattered throughout the archives so now I've brought them all here.

I'm happy to occasionally host giveaways or to review products or courses that are relevant to this blog (I garden organically in my allotment, community garden, veg patch and client gardens) but will always give my honest personal viewpoint.

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Mouse over the links to be taken to the original review.


How to Store your Garden Produce
Decorating Pumpkins and Gourds
How to Grow Your Food - A Guide for Complete Beginners
Grow Your Food for Free (Well, Almost)
The Fruit Tree Handbook
Garden Crafts for Children
Green Crafts for Children
Veg Street - Grow Your Own Community
The Cut Flower Patch
Kitchen Garden Experts - 20 celebrated chefs and their head gardeners
Grow Your Own Wedding Flowers
Rose's Garden - a story for children about perseverance, community, sharing and gardening

Product Reviews:

Muckster Boots and Mudbuster Mats
T2 teas with the Rich Brothers
RHS London Urban Garden Show 2016 (inaugural show)


Perennial cauliflowers from Victoriana Nurseries in Kent
Spaghetti Squash
Red Epicure broad beans from Marshall's Seeds
Broad Beans, Karmazyn and Heritage Red Flowered
Growing spinach in summer and winter (seeds from Chiltern Seeds)
Rhubarb 'Glaskins Perpetual', grown from seed
Cerinthe major 'Purpurescens' (folk name Honeywort)
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale var. patens)


Great Dixter
Great Dixter Courses - Seed Study Day
Kings Cross Skip Garden
Sarah Raven's Perch Hill
Derek Jarman's Prospect Cottage
Visiting Prospect Cottage

Useful Posts:

Edible Garden:  Nasturtiums
Edible Garden: Nasturtium capers
Hedgerow Jelly
Foraging for Elderflowers, Elderflower Cordial


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