Author: judithegardener

Tropaeolum (Nasturtiums) Tall Mixed

  I am delighted by these Tropaeolum seedlings, they have germinated really easily in the greenhouse. Although only a week old they have their trademark leaves which to my eye resemble paint palettes. I absolutely love...

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The joy of seeing spring flowers

  It is so deeply satisfying and rewarding for me as a professional Gardener to see the bulbs that I planted in the autumn, now show themselves and their flowers for their first spring up in the open air. To see the...

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A small city garden

Work begins with a new client in North London to reclaim back a neglected garden that has been forgotten and dumped on by previous owners and builder during recent renovations. After finding the soil I discovered a beautiful...

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Euphorbia x martinii

I love Euphorbias and I particularly love this plant! It has a beautiful colour palette of powder blue / green foliage with acid green and burgundy red flower heads. The new growth of its stems during the early spring matches...

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Green Fingers Charity

Because it is ‘Garden Re-leaf Day’ today I am very happy to announce that Judi the Gardener made a donation to Greenfingers Charity. To find out more about the different ways you can help too visit...

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Hotting up in the greenhouse

Today I planted Mr. Fothergill’s seeds and I am very excited about watching the progress of these because they will go some way towards making our food for the summer and autumn months, possibly longer if we freeze the...

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