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The Easiest Plant Supports

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 12/03/2018
 

The Easiest Plant Supports

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 12/03/2018
 

Supporting plants in the right way can make an enormous difference to the success of a border, which is a fairly recent revelation for me.  I used to be under the impression that herbaceous plants were self-supporting, much like children at university.  But I now...

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Top 10 Gardening Tasks in February

Gardening / Posted by / 01/02/2018
 

Top 10 Gardening Tasks in February

Gardening / Posted by / 01/02/2018
 

With January behind us, it’s time to focus on planning, planting and pruning. Here are our top 10 garden tasks for February. 1. Deadhead and prune… Now is the time, before the crown starts developing, to cut down perennials as close to the base as...

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Top 10 Gardening Tasks in January

Gardening / Posted by / 05/01/2018
 

Top 10 Gardening Tasks in January

Gardening / Posted by / 05/01/2018
 

We all know that January can be a bit of a slow month, however, there is still plenty you can be getting on with outside. Here are our top 10 tasks for the garden in January. 1. Recycle your Christmas tree for mulch... If you...

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An Apple A Day…

Edible Garden, Lifestyle / Posted by / 19/10/2017
 

An Apple A Day…

Edible Garden, Lifestyle / Posted by / 19/10/2017
 

“You can count the number of apples on one tree, but you can never count the number of trees in one apple” OLD PROVERB National Apple Day is upon us this weekend, Saturday 21st October, an annual celebration of Britain’s apples and orchards and a...

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Nurturing Nature

Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 19/10/2017
 

Nurturing Nature

Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 19/10/2017
 

With a lot of our native wildlife under threat from pesticides and intensive farming, the onus has been on the residential gardener to turn their patch into a wildlife haven. No only does creating a wildlife garden give our amazing bird, bug and animal life...

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Great Dixter Apple Cake

Edible Garden, Lifestyle, Uncategorized / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 
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Great Dixter Apple Cake

Edible Garden, Lifestyle, Uncategorized / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 

This recipe has to be one of our favourites here at Hen & Hammock, a perfect apple cake for those Autumn days and the smell when it’s cooking is just divine! The recipe is taken from The Great Dixter Cookbook by Aaron Bertelsen. Great Dixter...

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Which are the best fruit and vegetables to store?

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 

Which are the best fruit and vegetables to store?

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 

I understand the current obsession with fresh seasonal vegetables, I really do. Fresh fruit and veg invariably tastes better and is better for you.  But as with any trend it can be taken too far.  An increasing number of supermarkets and greengrocers seem to think...

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Seed Saving for beginners

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Lifestyle, Uncategorized / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 
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Seed Saving for beginners

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Lifestyle, Uncategorized / Posted by / 15/09/2017
 

One of the pleasures of autumn is gathering seeds.  It’s a hopeful optimistic act that conjures up thoughts of the next spring, and by and large it’s pretty simple act.  For most vegetables, all that is needed is for the fruit to be left on...

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How to start seeds in 3 days

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

How to start seeds in 3 days

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

I love the anticipation of spring.  Although the garden is pretty bleak now I know it will be bursting with colour before long.  The alliums will be the first to raise their heads and then there will be the early foxgloves, geraniums and catmint. I...

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Choosing a hammock

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

Choosing a hammock

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

Colour, comfort and style are all important when considering which hammock to buy, but probably the most important consideration is size. You want a hammock which best fits the space you have available and best accommodates the number of people you’re likely to have in...

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