End of Summer but not end of Gardening Year

by Ailbhe on September 8, 2017

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The end of Summer approaches but it’s not the end of gardening. Save seeds for next year, sow for winter crops and enjoy the change of season.

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My 100 day project – 70% of the way

This 100 day project I started way back in April has been as challenging as I suspected with regards to consistency of posting. I was honky dory until I hit the late 50s and then it began to be a bit of a struggle to incorporate a daily posting along with other commitments. A complete […]

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Spring Plans for Garden and sketch-a-day #100DayProject

Easter Weekend came, chocolate was eaten, garden was prepped for summer, we rescued some garden furniture for the community garden and I made a (hopefully not rash) commitment.

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day. Again.

The life of Saint Patrick’s has been celebrated for over 1500 years. You’d think by now we Irish would be partied out but not a bit it seems. So whether you’re planning a weekend of green celebrations with bacon & cabbage, Irish fried breakfast, soda bread and the works or just a simple fresh salad I’ve got an illustrated recipe for you.

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Marmalade’s not just for toast.

This time of the year the supermarkets stock the best citrus fruit. We’ve been busy munching on clementines, tangerines and blood oranges. But the short-lived season of Seville Oranges means a short-lived marmalade-making season in the kitchen. Make it now, spread the marmalade love for the rest of the year. Here’s how.

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