DROUGHT Our poor plants are suffering with this dry spell, even farmland in Devon is really suffering. The water boards are now saying there will soon ...Read more LADY HORTICULTURIST IS FORMING A PARTNERSHIP WITH BICTON COLLEGE Lady Horticulturist is very proud to anounce that she is taking on young adults with learning difficulties from Bicton College, that enjoy having the experience ...Read more RAINY WEATHER Hi folks, This was not what we were expecting - all this heavy rain! It’s not good, at the moment, for gardening as the soil ...Read more NATIONAL GARDENING WEEK 2018 Share your passion for plants by taking part in National Gardening Week from 30 April - 6 May 2018. Join Britain's biggest celebration of gardening ...Read more CROCUS CROCUS: is in the Family of IRIDACEACE (meaning the Iris family) A genus of about 80 species of corn forming. Gr,krokos. Saffron, derived from Semitic ...Read more WHY I GARDEN AND HOW I GOT INTO GARDENING Why I garden - I enjoy the outdoor surrounding of rolling hills, green fields and hedges of the Devon landscape. I especially enjoy seeing all ...Read more SOOTY MOULD I have recently noticed, in January and February that there are a number of plants suffering from Sooty Mould. I have also had an enquiry about how ...Read more TRANSPLANTING SEEDLINGS I find there are a lot of benefits for growing seedlings earlier as plants are much more established, grow much more healthier and stronger and ...Read more SEED SOWING Seed Sowing Seed sowing for many people can be very daunting, especially if you've never done it before. But, let me tell you, it can ...Read more No comments.