The English Garden

The Life Aquatic

Angels come in many guises. Mick was crop-headed, craggy-faced, and arrived towing a rusty tanker behind his out-sized tractor.

The problem with over-mature gardens is not simply that trees and shrubs need drastic pruning, nor that hedges need cutting back or even completely replacing, but that major pieces of infrastructure may need renewing too. Which is where Mick and

Vous lisez un aperçu, inscrivez-vous pour en lire plus.

Centres d'intérêt associés

Plus de The English Garden

The English Garden1 min de lecture
Collector’s Items
An extensively illustrated first edition of Johnson’s edition of John Gerard’s major work, in which he marked his additions and major alterations to the original. £3,750 at A first edition of Curtis’s survey of the flora of Lon
The English Garden1 min de lecture
Tipping the Scales
Three conservation charities have released more than 200 sand lizards into Puddletown Forest, Dorset, after an exceptional breeding year at Marwell Zoo. Dorset is a hotspot for this protected reptile, which is the UK’s rarest lizard, but a wildfire t
The English Garden1 min de lecture
• Take hardwood cuttings from shrubs like cornus, buddleja and honeysuckle. • Keep harvesting winter crops such as leeks and parsnips. • Remove yellow leaves from winter brassicas and protect against pigeons by covering with netting. • Ensure greenho