Stephanie's Garden Blog

Stephanie's Garden Blog

Welcome to Stephanie's Garden Blog, where we keep you up to date with our gardening exploits and anything we think might be of interest in the big wide world of gardening. With regular updates from Stephanie and Jo, from sowing to harvesting, we hope you enjoy following our gardening journey! 

   

Latest Blog Entries:

Welcome change in the weather

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Stephanie on 20 April 2018

The recent welcome change in the weather has seen the garden hit the fast forward button and everything seems to be growing before our very eyes.

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Bespoke Garden Products

Posted in Category Garden Structures by Harrod Horticultural on 18 April 2018

Over the years we have worked closely with private customers, landscape architects, garden designers and landscapers to deliver wonderful individual bespoke designs.

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Harvest is becoming more bountiful

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Stephanie on 11 April 2018

The weekly harvest is becoming more bountiful as temperatures increase and overwintering crops begin to grow. We are currently harvesting rhubarb, kale, spinach, rocket and the last of the leeks.

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The weather is improving now in the Kitchen Garden

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Stephanie on 9 April 2018

It's still feeling a little chilly in the kitchen garden, but the weather is definitely improving a bit now. The forecast for the coming weekend is warm and sunny and we will be making the most of the welcome fine conditions to get on with the many jobs that need doing at this time of the year.

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Potato Planting at Easter

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Stephanie on 28 March 2018

Easter is traditionally the time to plant potatoes and this weekend we will be making the most of the double bank holiday and the long light evenings to get ours into the ground. I had thought to delay it a little following the recent cold start to spring and the current chilly temperatures, however today I watched the local farmers putting their seed potatoes into the ground in the fields near our kitchen garden. If conditions are good enough for the farmers, they are definitely good enough for us.

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